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

WILt» travel this Simeon, in tho Warwick Swan Crock, Freestone Creek, Sandy Creek, Mid Lord John Swnmp districts, Tji* Celebjutwj r»»Auai|T Stalliojj, '. CHIEFTAIN," CHIEFTAIN' is » rich «Janplc-brown, elands )7 bawls B inches high, ponsee sing groat bono ami symmetry. lie was got by '' Uld Champion" (imported), out of ltopp, by '-Tomkin" (imported), ?' Chieftain" has carried off a targe number of prices at the Stopk 8hpwo on tl>e Downs, and is \|U<foi)fitadly one of the I est Colanul tired Stallions in the colony. His Stock nro sp well known on t|ie DownB as to render copqicpt iinnepcssary. To nicnt tho times, the terms for the Season willbpj-' Singlo Maras £3 3b. T^rqUynore (Bami ownorj ... 2 JOs. ]et OCTOBER, and tcr minatea^lst JANUARY, 1880, when Maros must bji removed, otherwise a charge for ugist fflent mil be mado. ' A large and wcll-sccurcd Pnddpck, having fpilp frnptftge to the Condamino, provided for Mares. Every pofe taken, but no responsi bility incurred. ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

WANTED a COOK AND LAUNDRESS. Apply to Mrs. W. F. TAYLOF, Pal merin«trcet. 1007 WANTED Housekeepers to try SANDER SON'S BAKING POWDER and SANDERSON'S WASHING CRYSTAL. Sotd by all Grocers, and Wholesale by F. Sandeiison, Kelviu Grove-road, Brisbane. 974 Highest Rates of Carriage. WANTED at once 30 TEAMS to Load ; TIN at Vegetable Creek for Warwick. Apply to J. H. DUNLOP. Fitzroy-etrcet. 1006 To Carriers. WANTED 50 Teams to loud Tin at Vegetable Crock for Warwick. Ap ply to J. Sklke, Palmerin-strcet. 987 To Let for a Term of Tears. THE Premises lately occupied as the Argvt j Office ; immediate possession can be j givon. Apply AuTliun Mono AN, on the premises. 805 To Carriers. TENDERS are hereby invited for the drawing of logs to the Wantley-street Saw Mills, for a period of 12 monthes. For particulars apply to JAMES M'KEACHIE, 988 Wantley-street, Saw Mill. Milch Cows for Bale. THE undersigned has for sale Seven or I Eight first-class MILCH COWS, with ] young Calves at foot. JAMES HART,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Allora. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

Allora. (raou ov& OWN OOEEERPONDBKT) THAT much dreaded disease the "rust" is again making its appearance in some of our wheat patches. At present it is very slight, but when once its ungoid presence is detected, no known remedy can stop it. It is hoped, that Bomeof our eminent chemists will yet discover an antidote, so that the rusty old enemy may be "squelched" at its inception. Local growers are hopeful that the disease may not spread to any material degree. So far it is localised to certain patches. It is pleasing to. add, that around Allora for the most part farmers are confident, and antici pate a favorable yield. It would bo very discouraging to wheat growers to And their crops prematurely dissipated by disease, after such excellent prospects. Some people have been impatient, on account of the late development of their wheat, bat this for tuitous circumstance, is cause for gratification, because the forward"ears" have been some what nipped by the frost. The days here a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Divisional Boards Act. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

The Divisional Boards Act. The following abstract of this Act is taken from lust Wednesdays Courier and wo com mend it to the careful perusal of our Agriuul. tuml readers.-As tin; Divisional Bo%rds Bill has become law, and 05 we believe that there la still in the minds of many people some mis conception of its clauses, we present our readers with a summary of its provisions Ufc simple and intelligible as we can make it As (lie Local Government Act also still remains in force, we shall direct attenlion to f hn points in wliich it differs from the Divisional Hoards Act, 89 that an opinion may be formed as to which of the two A el s it is best to work under; for, by coming voluntarily under the provi sions of the Local Government Act, any di« triet call, if it desire to do so, secure itself against being brought under (ho Dinsionrl Boards Act Under the Divisional Doards Act the Governor-in-Council has power by proclama tion to constitute uny district, not already within the boundary of...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

News and Notes. [BV A CAIBBAWB MAN.] I IN Parliamentary mat tors there ir nothing l/> write about, our Colonial Treasurer and Secretary are away; the Treasurer is, tie yon know, on a trip to America aud Euglaad fioino eay on a honeymoon trip, others loll you to gain experience in railway working, tmd the third says that his prcsonca in Lon don will" enhance the prospects " of our loa» being floated; for tnysolf, I Bay nothing. The ColoniaJ-Secretarj4 is in Sydnqjp, examin ing the Queensland Court, and has expressed himself as highly pleasijd with the arrange ments thereof; the acknowledged eatiBfaction ofilr. Urosloy Lukin'a arrangements in con nection with the Sydney Exhibition (admit ted on all sides), must be a hitler pill for the I hon. member for Mitchell, who went, out of j his way to ahusc the "newspaper editor uian." | It may not bo uninteresting to your country readers to tell them, that sometime ago the employees in tho Electric Telegraph Depart ment, purchased a Bilver...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warwick Petty Debts' Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21. (Before the Police Magistrate and William Thompson, Esq., J.P.) UNDEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

Warwick Petty Debts' Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21. (Before tbe Police Maffistruta and William Thompson, Esq., J .P.) UNDEFENDED CASES. P. Clare, vj Wm. Ikjwis.-Board. £12 7B, 5d. Mr. Fowles for plaintiff, and Mr. Conquest for defendant. Verdict for plaintiff £315s. 7d., costs of Court 10b., witnesses XI 10s., profes sional costs £2 2B, in all £& 3s, 7d. H. Boj'ls v. Wm. Bradburn.-Professional services, Ac., £2 9a. 2d. Verdict for plaintiff in the amount claimed with costs of Court, atid witnesses expenses lis., in all £3 OB. 2d. The Official Trustee in the Insolvent Estate of M. McDonald, v. Mortimor Fuller.-Goods sold, .£3 6s. Gd. Mr. Nicholson for plaintiff. Verdict for tbo plaintiff in the amount claimed, with costs of Court, witness and pro | fcssional costs, in all jGD 27s. Od. DEFENDED CASES. ! G. Seabrooko v. Richard Burnett. Detinue £018s. Mr. Conquest for tbc plaintiff and Mr. Boyle for defendant. Plaintiff non-suited with costs, XI 16b W. J. White v, J*. F. Williams....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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St. Mary's Church Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

St. Mary's Church Bazaar. X .4m oax The Grand Bazaar, in aid of the building fund at St. Mary's Church, was opened last sight at the Town Hall, by His Worship the Mayor. It Boomed an extraordinary time of the day for snch an opening-8 o'clock-hut this was rendered imperative, by the previous engagement of the Hall for other purposes, so that its cleaning and preparation for the use to which it is now devoted, could not be commenced until yesterday morning, when three or four energetic carpenters Boon trans formed the interior appaarance of tho building, by erecting fivo substantial stalls. These were taken possession of by fair tenants, later in the day, at whoso hands they were drOBSed off with a scarlet covering, and tastefully trimmed with crochet work, and lace, and in themselves presented specimens of ornate, and artittic skill. Boxes were unpaoked, and their contents uniformly set out on the bril liant benches designed for their reception, each company of stallholders endeavor...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Fatal Wreck of a P. and O. Steamer. Bombay, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

Fatal Wreck of a P. and 0. Steamer. Bombay, Sunday. The Peninsular and Oriental Btaimer " Hindustan," has been totally wrecked near Madras daring a heavy cyclono. It is not yet known whether any loes of lifo boa occured.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

I TBUB8DAY, OCTOBER 28. (Bafore the Polioa Magistrate.) DEDNKEHNESH.-John flc/inetder,1|cbarged with being helplessly drunk on the previous afternoon, in Palmerin-street, pleaded " not guilty/' but tha Bench on hnarinjj tlie evi dence of Constables Fitzgerald and Collins, took a different view of the case, and fined prisoner the. sum *f 10s., or 24 tours' in the ooHs. EteiSTXNO THS POLICE.-The same prisoner was also charged with resisting the police in the execution of their duty, and was ordered to pay a further fine of 10s., with the alter native of £4 hours* sojourn in the Warwick lock-up. , - BraAMT.-Margaret Jane Hawlec, alias Mar garet Hancock, alias Margaret Jane Goojpcy, appeared on warrant, charged with having, on the 17th day of last August, at Warwick, married one John Ha-wke, her former hiH baBd, John Hancock, bointj then alive. The arresting constable prayed a remand of 8 days, in order to procuro evidence. The priBaner was remanded accordingly. MOMDAT, OCTOBEB 27. (Bef...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Disturbances Among the Boers. Argus offico, Monday night. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

Disturbances Among the Boers. Argus offico, Monday niglit. Advices received at Capo Town up to the 16th October stated that serious disturbances hod occured amongst tho Boors at Middlcburg and Sir Garnet Wolseloy bos been obliged to forward the Fourth Dragoon guards im order to quail the same. London October 2G The Boyal Commission on the Australian and other defences held its first sitting on the 24th.

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22. | (Before tta Police Magistrate and Wm. j Thompson, Esq., J.P.) ABSCONDING FBOH HIKED SERVICE.-Wm. Smith chirped by J. D. Maeansh, Esq., with absconding from his servioc> pleaded " guilty " and wasflned £2 with costs of Court 4s. Gd. In default; levyand distress, or foiling such,' 14 days in the Warwick lock-up. ASSAULT.-Michael Doyle was charged by James Warren, with having assaulted him at Mineral Greek, on the 17th instant.-Defen dant pleaded " not guilty," and wasdefonded by Mr. Nicholson. The assault arose out of a dispute over certain leased ground ' at Mineral Creek Diggings, and the Bench after hearing ievideqce, - considered tho assault proved, fatad fined defendant £2 with costs of Court 6s. 4d., in default of payment 7 days' imprisonment.

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Arrival of the Strathleven. Brisbane October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

Arrival of the Strathleven. Brisbane October 27. The " Stmthlcven" arrived to-day and much disappointment has been expressed because no meat was broughtout. It appears that the Board of Trade refused permission to the use of the machinery as immigrants were on board. The machinery used daring the voyage, however, worked satisfactorily. (Wo give the context of the message re ceived by us as it seems somewhat contradic tory. we opine that the satisfactory test supplied was apart from the Emigration Department as Messrs. Mil wraith and M'Eachern ore at liberty to carry private | saloon passengers on the emigrant vessels.)

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Rambling Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

Rambling Comments. [Br CATBE FET.] Tiiebe is ono system which, to tny think ing, never can be brought lo work satisfac torily, and that is our immigration By stem. There's no doubt about it our wiso rulers have done their level best .to bring the sys tem to a satisfactory IBSUC, but it does not Becm to work properly after all our frantic endeavors. Either the machinery is too clumsy to be managed deftly or we arc not half BO smart as we pride ourselves on being anyhow, although we are making pretty fair time we seem to be working the "reverse" gear. In order to make a country prosper ous we must make it populous, but yro must peopl^Our colony with a certain class of co lonists to ensure that prosperity. Now ob far J as I can judge we go is largely for quantity, and make up whatever little deficiency there may be in quality. A largo earn is devoted ! yearly to immigration, an£ the result don't i Beein to be very encouraging does Ht ? Cetv ! tainly we imports vast number of colonists,...

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Sydney. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

Sydney. (FROM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) October 27. I The " Lyeemoqn" »ary narrowly escaped a collision with tho Barribool off Cape Schanck. A deputation of Clergymen headed by the Bishop will interview Sir Henry Parkes on Wednesday to protest against the proposed opening of the erhibltton on Sundays.

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Ingle's City Printing Machine. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

Ingle's City Printing Machine. We may not impose au uninteresting notice upou our readers in giving a four brief par ticulars, of the new printing machine, which wos started in Xh* Argus office yesterday tor (ho first time. At the outset we may men tion as an instance of tho " go aheadedness" of tho times in which wo live, that no longer since than the latter end of May last we tele graphed to our Agents in London requesting the prouipt transmission of a "Colonial prin ter," embracing oil the rery lu-test Improve ments. Our readers may readily join with us in our appreciation of the promptitude with which Hint commission has boon discharged, when it is stated, that within five months of tho riosp&tuh of the telegram from Warwick, the nmchincry iw imported, erected, and ac tuary at work in our ofliee. Hud tho steam iujj destination of tho Orient Lino extended to Brisbane, this might have been accom plished two months ago;"but, the ruinous expense, and indeed risk, of trans-sh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21. (Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, OOTOJIKE 21. (Before the Police Magistrate. . SLY GEOO SKU,rn<i.-Archibald M'Keivor speared on summons, charged with celling j spirituous liquors without a license. The do fepdant,.wbo pleaded" not guilty," was defon- { dad by Mr. Boyle; Mr. Nicholson ftpjwared for 1 tho Crown.-The evidence of 'Win.' Thomas ? Canning, a Bevonue constable, proved tbo solo I to him, by tho defendant personally, of two 1 glasses of brandy at the Big Tunnol Camp on the 28th ultimo; David Morlay, also a Ro. venue constable, gave corroborative ovidonce. -Mr. Boyle, on behalf of the defendant* ob jected to the jurisdiction of the Bench on tho ground that tbo information, was laid under the Publican's. Act of 1803; The Bcnch over ruled the objeotion, and inflicted a fine of 1 £20, costs of Court 3s. Oa., professional costs £2 2s., in all £22 5s 0d., in default 2 months' imprisonment in Toowoouiba pool. Wm. rale, also charged with the same offenoe pleaded'"guiHy" and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

.. To Subscribers and Advertisers. ? ?- . 3UNTS fori<ijie Quarter ending T_w .eraser 80 OT BOR boing delivered, I'lH would thank our friends for oil Early "TLKMENT of same. The issue o( the " M-lfeelcly has involved us in heavy expenses,Hind, should this appeal meet with a fair response, we purpose shortly making a (till further attempt to increase the useful ness of the paper. ABTHUB MORGAN. Argvj Office, October 3,1879. 899 WOTICB or BBMOVAL! rnHZ "WARWICK AKOVB" U now printed * and published In those now commodious B-nrilst* inJPalmartaMtreoti -dlrooOy op ittly QmJCam* .Hall, where an orders lu oommnnleattona are reauested to be ?ent In future. ARTHUR MORGAN. MptemberS7,18T».

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

The Building Trade. WALLACE"8c GIBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, & GENERAL CONTRACTORS, Gui-BTHEET, WARWICK. 768 [A CARD.] W. GAISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, & General Contractor, PEROT-STREET, WARWICK. fpiMBKK TARD, for the Supply of PIKE, J- CEDAR, and HARDWOOD, of all lengths and dimensions, at lowest rates. 885 ] [CARD.] W. G. CONLEY, Oarpenter, Builder, and General Con tractor, FITBROY AND GUT-STREETS, WARWICK. 886 [A CARD.] F. PALMERO, Cabinet-maker and Upholsterer, Matress and Palliasse Maker, (Next door to M'Dermott's Railwsy Hotel), GUT-STREET, WARWICK. N.B.-Joiner's Work of ell descriptions at tended to promptly, at moderate prices. BOG | M. J. O'SULLIVAN, MOD., M C H' &o. lie Consulted I GUV-| 065 T"VR. O'SULLIVAN may IID Ci JLf daily at bis RESIDENCE, 8TRKET, Warwick. THE ROYAL HOTEL, | pAHtKRIN-STRKKT, WARWICK. J. T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, pRIVATE Bitting ROOMS for FAMILIES, j A FIRST-CLASS TABLE. Best. Wines and Spirits only kept. GOOD STABLING. 3. T....

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S MESSAGES.] Rumor of Russian Troops being sent to Afghanistan. LONDON, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [EEUTEE'S MESSAGES.] Eumor of Russian Troops being sent to Afghanistan. LONDON, October 25. THE Berlin correspondent of the Daily Newt states that Eussia is preparing two great expeditions, ono to start from Oronburg for Turkestan, under General Kuuffmann> and the other from the army of the Caucasus. It ie intended that they shall converge upon Afghanistan and assist the native tribes to reBiBt the English. A similar rumor hoe been pubished in other papers

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

FL6raLntKj-FOB TERTH ANIVBIUJATH.-A few drops Of liquiil "Floi'iline" hpriidJed on a wet tooth.hnwlil prodttcos a ldcasftut lather, wliicli n«^£F??*W£ ol^uiJwpfl41»o tcp.th Jrurn *11 parasites ®%r irotrontiM. Wvflsfh* tUp gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, glrcs Jjlio tccthu punuliarpcarly-whitc ncM, rdQ V delightful fragrnnco to tlio breuth. It removes all unpleasant odour nriBing from de cayed teoth or tobacco arnoke. "Tho Fragrant inorttinb,*'being composed in part of Honey nml awoet .herbs,, iv delicious to tho taste, and tlio grcatttt toildi Vlieoovory 6f tho age. Price 2s Gd, of all Chemists end rcrfumcra. Prepared by HMryfc.'Cftll up, 403 Oxford-street London. TlltlOAT AFFECTIOKB AND IlOAlUJENESS.-All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarse* nois will be Agreeably surprised at tho almost im mediate relief afforded: by the "use of " Brown's Bronchial Trocbus," Theso famous 44 lozenges" arc n(u?.8old by .most. jcspoctablc chemist* in this country* ht Ml£d^>er box...

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