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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] [?] TUESDAY, OCT. 28, 1879. Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 October 1879

1 ~ : - [pUBMfHrtNWTIOB A WEEK.] "'^wSfiWMKSN^rBJftMtv-OCT. 98. 1879. Ourselves. Thm day's copy of the Argiu opens a new phase in the journalist!? history of 'Warwick, Mngiprinted by a machine of the most mo dern device,'"Which has just been specially -Ubpnrted from London for the proprietor of this joqind. Sbetnachine which was brought ' iftto,tiptoaH<m'lMft fclght, for the first time, is (..jpne.pf^pfrtforn. specially designed for the , polonies. *od, ;posMssea *d*a?>tage«> towards ' economy in labor whifeh 1a toot to' be found in *'i IAF o&eFniwspaifer office on the Downs. So: that henceforth, we hope to give the intelli gent public <of the Downs, the benefit of the! latest Ahd 'most'efficient media foi1 record ing NPTF yhich can be secured, in order to .tafip |/the' Argut as a first-clasB bi-weekly .paper. Oar happy .omogebients of to-day will enable as in the first intanee to give the ' v*ry lqtut;UUiramt. In'thiB respect we have ( Steodatn l...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

WANTED lionieltoeperi to try SANDER . I BUM'S BAKING POWDER and' SANDERSONS WASHING CRYSTAL. Said by all Orocert, and Wboleaale by F.. fiUDilMi, Kelvin Grove-road, Brisbane. 07i Highest Bates of Carriage. WANTED at once 80 TEAM8 to Iioad': .TDT at Vegetable Creek tor Warwick.' Apply: to J. H. Dcnlop, Fitiroy-Btroet. 1006; Vorrilla Wino. H- B.' Ll T. BUBERT having been, . appointed AGENT for the Celebrated i WABILLA VINEYARD, ia now prepared to! "K^{ity iti« Wine in any qnnntity. 765 ] H-HENRYBOYLE, ; J.CTOEHOT.SOUOITPR.ftPBOOTOB, FALMSiUH-aTUn', Witewicc. iom TtlEGRAPH STORES. ?fUST OPENED AND NOW ON SALE, T.-TwTBDWfi Alio TwoCaMcs or BOOTS ANp SHOES, I fl'BrtWftBMf fWiifi tfirnnnw Tfl HnH I llli art lairtr fl»«1iii«r»niriin HlmH «n>»cma : S. Stank titahmrettetottwdBoota I IrtlW llrt (Nfttf'HlM*-In BO, rifMM'"'! »>ia«« Mmi'i. Wamtfitttrt m^ WOS FOE GASH! RUSSELL WILKINS. ? :;koUc«. "~~~ :3Cv'. Jfjiofc* tdi olAjprostitarota and | Twwicifm sd fiMuMekiittat, ?tiriM tin^Mbk'K^MUib...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Trial of Wood's Self Binding Harvester. SERIOUS OUTBREAK OF RUST. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

Trial of Wood's Self Blading Harvester SERIOUS OUTBREAK Olf BtfST. Althodoh our mission to Hartfleld, near: Mount Sturt, on Thursday, was undertaken for the special purpose of witnessing a trial l of " Wool's Harvester and Binder" on Mr. | Wil^ufc's farm, we may be excused for pre- - facing our notice on the virtues of Wood's machine by briefly relating our painful ex perience on that occasion with respect to rust in wheat. We have of late received com munications from correspondents at Allora. in fene'dircotion and Swan creek in another, in tiujatiag thu appearance of rust in those and otfcer districts, *nd these have been accepted quite unconscious of the serious issues invol 4T6cU-~ On Thursda.y_wesaw, li^n grwt deal, and shall not easily forget the impres sion made on our minds. It must be con fessed .that if the Warwick Reserve is to he. accepted as an average of the Queensland wheat fields-and such is affirmed by trust worthy authority-farmers for some time to come may readily...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Police Court. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31. (Before the Police Magistrate, and W[?]. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

Warwick Police Court. Fridat, Octobkb 31. (Before the Police Magistrate, atad Win. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) BREACH or thk MARSUPIAL ACT.-lfei«r«. Coultt Broi" of North Toolburra, appeased on a summons issued on the application of the Chairman of Directors of the Marsupial Board for the district of Warwick, charged with having neglected to pay the assessment, amounting to £84, the term of three months having elapsed since the date of notice of the lost case.-Defendants put in a plea |of " not indebted," and were represented by Mr. Boyle; Mr. Nicholson appeared for the Board, An objection was raised by Mr. Boyle on the ground that the information jras informal, particulars of claim not baring been given, which was overruled by the Bench.--0. A. J. Woodcock deposed to being theSeoh£*fy to the Marsupial 'Board and' prodnoed Gazette notices proclaiming the Act and defining the sheep-district of Warwick, alio the ""appoBU ment of the Board for the years 1S78-9, and the calls aa they were bra...

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.] School Teachers as Politicians. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

CORRESPONDENCE, j [the EdiUr will not be responsible for an opinions or views expressed by corrcspon dents, and to ill always reject personal com munications unites on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signa ture of the author.] School Teachers as Politicians. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK AaatTS. Sm,-Dalce est desipere in loco, is a maxim which is said to need no illustnitiou; but when some unknown in the interest of an outraged community and a sullied friend, steps down from his lofty eminonco to un bend his great mind and defend the political frailty of a friend by abusing the Argus and making <a deliberate attack on school tcachers who have evidently fallen as low, politically at least, as even Mr. Palmer, or that greater politioal Jight G'Sallivan, could wish-one is very much inclined to laugh at tho whining courtesy of a " Warwickite," and charitably suppose thai; ha was merely illustrating the 'jnapiq".' "whit would 'fir. Palmer a^y V exclaims thi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S MESSAGES.] Fortnightly Service to Australia. London, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

| LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [Eedteb's Messaokb.] Fortnightly Service to Australia. London, October 27. The Orient Company (London), in^connoc-; tion wilh tho Pacific Steamship wmpatiy (Liverpool), bos completed n.rranKCEfl'onts for a fortnightly Bcrvico to Australia by first class sbeamors. The first steamer is to leave London in January next.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sydney. (FBOK OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

Sydney. (FBOK Out OWH OOhaBSPtlNDENT.) October 20. The Virrctpon&ence in connection with the recall t>f Mr. Foreber, the Agent-General, has just ocen published. It BhoWs thttt'the recall wfV3 mainly brought about by what ths Government (consider the iUBolent : and un satisfactory tenor of the explanations and answers given by Mr. Forster to conrmumaa. tionB forwarded to him, rendering the trans action of business impossible. Mr. Forster, replying to the telegrom announcing his «?ca!J, protests against thu action of the Government in that respeot; and demands payment of bis expenses, and compensation for Joss, incurred. A numerous deputation, beaded by the Bishop-of Sydney, and comprising reprcsefnta» tivee of all the Erotestanf; bodies, waited upon the Premier to-day, expressing an earnest hope ttiftrtiawn Bot^Ifyw fjhe exhibition to be opened on BundaysT Sir Henry Parkes promised to give the statements of the gentle men every consideration, abd at the same time stated th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Election of a Communist at Lyons. Paris, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

Election of a GbmriuniBt at Lyons. Paris, October 27. I M. Uarcl, a returned Communist, has been plcctcd a member of.the Lyons Municipal Council.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

Brisbane. [rBOH OPB OWK gOEneePONDKNT] October 31. Mr. Ballard C.E. has withdrawn Ms resig nation.and veftnmes Bis duties iturnediafceiy, retrirning to the North by tho next boat. Particulars are not known in connexion with hjs resumption.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Yellow Fever Subsiding at Memphis. New York, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

I/Yellow Pever Subsiding at Memphis. New York, October 2$. I Advices, from Memphis Btate that yellow fever, the outbreak of which recently caused an exodus from that city, is subsiding, and the inhabitants arc returning home*

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
St. Mary's Church Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

St Mary's Church Bazaar. THIS bazaar, which was ojioncd at the Town Hal), on Monday evening, in behalf of tiie.St. Mary's Church Building fund, has been at tended with as much success as its swguine supporters could hare wished. Com«r_>ncing aider very favorable auspices, ,it waa ouftt 'natural'to cxpoct, that, ontlie'opfpline; nufW tho " income" would be largo. Men of heavy metal, were present on that occasion, and their puree Btrings wero drawn to tho fullest tension, in response to delicate appeals in every direction. But we question whether Father Horan. himself, wqs sanguine enough to anticipate such a success as 'that "which followed on Tuesday evening, tor during the latter part of the afternoon the outlook was portentous. Heavy leaden looking elottda" gathered thickly around tho district, culminat ing in a thunderstorm, which was accom panied by an excessive down-pour of min. This unwolcomed state of the elements, ob truded itself more or loss during the evening.. neverth...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advance in Price of Wool. Brisbane, Octobor 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

Advance in Price of Wool Brisbane, Octobor 31. I Private telegrams received from London to-day state that wool is in good demand and prices higher.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

Melbourne. [raox OUE OWN COBBBSFONDEST.] October 31. Hastings and Cunningham report prices to-day well maintained, greasy, 7d. to 1b., scoured. 1B. 2d. to Is. 8d.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Affairs in Cabul. BOMBAY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

Affairs in G&buL BOMBAY, Thursday niglit A.uvjcw.in»B uroui, Mt&te coat wenerai Roborta had issued ^..proclamation to the effect, that the abdication of the Auioer, and the late outrages necessitated a British occq pation of Cabul, and other parts of Afghanis tan, pending & satisfactory settlement upon the Government of the country, which "would be permanently established after consultation with-the Chief Sirdars.

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Commercial. ARGUS office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

Commercial. ABQCB office, . Friday Evening. WjpJitM Marcel; any alteration to report Inthsyrodocc market since our last weekly M&iiH, and with bat little business doing. pHSi^Woet^ltetionaiy, The supply of dairy pWm<# concmues fa' fexcess of demand, and we note a decline o! 2d. perpoand in the price of butter. New potatoes are now offer ing in the market but the quality does not warrant the prices asked by growers, and with the heavy stocks, on hand, of good old buyers are not inclined to operate. Fat Cattle Sales.-Mr. G. B. Daveney, for Mr. H. Hubert reports, 70 head prime speyed cow froiu Mr. Cornish, Thompson Eiver, the bnt drc^t 9 760 no* on the road, were penned to-d*.y, but owing to the quantity of fats offering inths district prices realised were Bot*stt*hettotjr,and the balk of these were MMtd in to the owner who has decided to oispoaeof them at the - block.- 4 pens wen .old at 42 10s. to JB8 per head, average £2 16«.fld.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

'liie Building Trade .#ALLAGE~& GIBBON i 0 * ®xnk,ul l i'lui ; i;tiiy-rfraEET,' Waewick. 768 ? '? i-'?.: ? (ViAHi).] OuyeBtt^BnUSer, & General Contractor, i ..WAEWJCKt ' itit^'^iBienjilo'nii, ^ lo^ealt rate«. $86 cj^ley, PeneralOon ia, Win WICK. ... ... 886 Ojbditaitt; Hifcreaj iin t ' .MTttrm^VBifflwayHotel), K'.ttKUTOIiietVf MMwrk'-ioST WtfeisoHjkiMWat wig , OBDIMVAN, v. ..i^Ar.r*'; .-wrn-TT; &£<;. ,isi,i li^ni^^jcnsLLi " -mi ? Tmmxmmnm] 1U, .v^iJVBRUraTftR^-^A&WtOK.. Ji'jIThifil'-f vJjt^ .i f «y.4ihrtp> ilj tUtl »rft V> y.n)tli-. ????»? . I 'U ? WBo' Ir.o-iti j'i'id ?«< Hiy/ innr ifj£AiElRP!lW:S>!i ej.nn-jM'^mmtp 4.*»iWW«s/» ? /irBBOFBSBWOR;- .?.'? -laitijqA .uliml "tU ....» '" Wfc&faff VIS I0.BII|4SPIKV:3', ,1juI| d« -, .jiyiit <JW uiltd ot ,A?»n vjJ- -ih >,f .">.> > MS^Wi^n1. tKtSt nW'if/lilM '1' ;V>W. ,-t'JA be bM "--»?» «! Lta by.JIr.,8. (U OGOD^TABUNtf. iai:UQUOK8 oi tlie I Beitt...

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The [?]arwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, NOV. 1, 1879. England's Little Wars. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

ifte Stamrfc %xm. . [iFUBLMKEI^TWICK J, WXBK.] : WARWICK, fiATUBDAT, NOV. 1, 1679. ' Gotland'sIdttt# Wax*. i» recorded ;by Mic*di.at,b successor, what an inglorious comparison it trill beside thebrtltlant MwpHom Mid Nblscit. ? .Ho,^ the historian will rub h^f fattd^ajad ponder over tbp dif ficult tMK presented to him, of explain infr ! cdnsistest wi\jh.' tnjth} '.the Dctogllhg wfa(ch'has Attended <oU^' inili tary diplomfccy in fionnexioii with Zu lttund and Afghanistan. War 'is ' b bittergame, Showering wholesale Blaugh ierand sorrow in every , direction. Bread winners.and heads of families, 4ie vtilisbd like so: many machines MjbtdpWD, apd cot to pieces in order to "gain the object aimed at. Honors are conferred upon men of inventive ?Mai, tAn can prodube 4&8unbst ef< fective specimens of cannon guaranteed to slay at four tbiles distance, whilst Aw Bintui&bain maker of Martin i Henrj's, is patronised to repletion. No expenditure of'in&l...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

To Subscribers and Advertisers. OUE ACCOUNTS for the Quarter ending September 30 art now being delivered, mid *6 »<mld tbank our friendB for an Early SETTLEMENT of same. The issue of the paper bi-weekly has isrolred os in henry expenses, and, should this appeal meet with « fair response, ire-purpose shortly making a still furthfer attempt to increase the useful ness of the paper. . _ ABTHUE MORGAN. Arffui Gffioe, ^fotoberS.WO. 899 .,, . mmvm or ««ow. ARTHUB XOKOA2T. n.xm. ' ?? " £ MeTiAVCBOLY CASS."-The late fatal firs at Mr. Wallace's in Wood-street, should furnish a warning to those benedicts, and bachelors, the former especially, who ore given to rending in bed after the busy and laborious toil of the day. There is an old proverb which Bays that "a burnt child dreads tte flre" ana we hofw that Jn future ci tit one' will be more solicitous as to their embers and lights, before retiring to rest. An inspection of Mr. Wallace's premises, at the far end of Wood-street, suff...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

Warwick New Tear's Day Baces, mO .BE HELD ON THE 1st JANUARY, J- 1880. Fib«T BACS-12-30 p.m. Mjudk* Plit» or 25 Sova.-Entrant*, 30s. Swetpof 1 eov. (ram lUrten (or second bona, For sal maiden horses at timo of entrance. Distance, mils. Weight forage. Bscoro Racb -l'XS p.m. 8ELLIKO RACI or 16 SOTS.-Entranoe, 1 sov. Weight (or an, Distance. 11 mile. The winner to be sold by auction immediately after the rise fir lOscw.; any surplus to go to the race fund. Tbibd RACS-2'80p.m. N*w Tun's DAY Bahdjoap or 30 Sovs. 8weep of 1 tor. from .tarter* for aeoond hone. Entranoe, Ssovs. To be handicapped by the Stewards or whom they may appoint. Nomi nation, lsov. (psrt of entnmoe money) to be in the hands of the 8eoretary on or before Wednesday, 24th Seoember, by 0 p.m. Weights declared the same evening. Ac oeptanoe on Tuesday, SOth December, (nlgbt of geaeral entry, before 8 p m. Distance, 2 miles. Winner of Maiden Plate 5 lbs. extra. Fovbxh Eaok-3.80 p.m. Xkb'Cokiktbiax'Cof or 16Sovs.-Sweep of 1 ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Allora. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 November 1879

Allora. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) .   The weather this week has been very changeable; and the fore and afternoons, till about four o'clock, have been very hot and vari - able. About that time the indication of stormy weather would appear. On Tuesday evening, about 6 o'olock, rather heavy rain began to fall, and last about an hour. It then ceased till 8 o'clock, and subsequently set in again, and lasted nearly an hour accompanied with rather strong wind, the wind veering from north to north-east, to east, which has laid a great quantity of our heavy crops of wheat;   but, should the weather keep fine, no doubt a great deal of it will rise. The rust has made further strides since my last, but there are still hopes of good prospects. On Tuesday last a meeting of the Central Downs Agricultural and Horticultural Asso- ciation was held in the Town Hall. There were present-E. Weinholt, Esq. (in the chair); Messrs. J. Kelly, C. W. Wills, E. An- derson, C. Stallm...

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