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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

Hoaaopathlo Uoaioinea. have appointed Mr. J. Vf. TAYLOR of AbboUford, Lower Swan Creek Rcienre, AGENT for oar Medicine*. Mr. TAYLOB will be able to advise as to their nae. 769 HKNKY LEAKE & CO. Tbe Oldest Established Produce Store. Palmmuk-STBECT, WARWICK FRANCIS-GRAYSON, HAS always on band a constant supply of HAY, CORN, CHAFF, and other COLONIAL PRODUCE. froduco Purchased for Cash. S2C Important Notice. TO THE INHABITANTS OF AtLORA, Sl'iilNG CBEEK, TALGAI, GOOM BUKRA, and GLENG ALLAN. KENNEDY BROS., HAVTNfl determined to Take Stook, will, for BIX WEEKS, offer the whole o their Stock of DRAPERY, BOOTS & SHOES, Fancy Gocids. Earthen ware, XSONKOXroBRY, fco . AT GREATLY REDUCED FRICE8 1 . J For particulars «ce hand bills. The Stock must be Reduced For various reasons. Having enlarged one of our Stores, we shall shortly be in *4>o«ition to display it to better Advantage. And From this forward we purpoee to Sell at Prioes and Term* As Low and Reasonable as any other ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE ZULU WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

THE ZULU WAR. A VISIT to the scene of Lord Chelme fard's gi«at disaster, where the bodies of the unfortunate men still lay as they fell, must bo very ghastly and melancholy business. From the Timet of Aatal we get a glimpse of the dismal scene:-" The information conoerning what was found on the reoent visit to Iaandala is so con flioting that we are glad to be able to lay beiore our readers the following facts which may be relied upon as cori-ett, as they have been kindly furnished to us by an offioer who has three times visited the spot Attempts have been made to show that Cononel Dumford's body was upon what is known as the ' Neck,' and in such a position as to indicate that be was engaged in Covering the retreat of the men in the camp at the time when he met his death The aotual place of the body was not on the 'Neok,' but 300 yards from it, in the best position he could take up to prevent the left horn of the enemy encircling the camp. On this small basis, the theory has been bu...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TRIAL OF LIEUTENANT CAREY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

TRIAL OF LIEUTENANT CAREY. Lmj English cablegram* convey the news that Lieutenant Omar, who aocompanied the Prinoe Imperial on m day the unfortunate Prince met his death, ana who wu court martulled for his conduct on that occasion, has been honorably acquitted. The Timet cf -Vatal gires4be following particulars of the trial i-"All witness"* agree that the Print* Sive orders to mount, and that they had to o bo without any Ion of tame, and the majority .iy that ft would hive been impossible totally so as to save the Prinoe. Lieutenant Carey, in his defence, said that deplorable as was the death at the Prinoe-and no one regretted it more than he# for he would willingly have changed places with him if by that means hb Imperial Highness conld have been spared -still he should be equally guilty, if guilty at all, had his conduct led to the death of the humblest soldier of the fortsoj but he believed all along that he was in the company of the Prinoe aa a brother officer of junior rank, pe...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE MYSTERY EXPLAINED—WHERE THE SETTING SUN IS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

THE UY8TEEY EXPLAINED-WHEEE THE SETTINO SUN IS. to TBS BDITOft or TUB CBAONZOUC. era,-WMnit was made Known uutt oer tain prominent Ministerialista hud taken up laqpa wh of land on the boundaries of South Aostmlbt «n application wu made to the Land* Oscaifanent at Adelaide; and, u the MinMer lor Linda in South Australia ia a gantieman, and «ver ready to supply inform ation, h» not only answered the application courteously, bat he cent a map showing the area* of Usd forfeited on the 1st of January, 1879, and which were oolored green, and those held up to the date of his letter, the thirteenth of August, 1679, by Queensland colonists, and whioh were oolored red. The areas now held, or rather, were ao held, up to the 18th of Angrutii* » follows B.V. Morebead, ILL A. 9500 square miles. A. Buchanan... 8800 *' - PeBnajh Porsso 1080 " " i. P. Bell, M.L.C 8000 » " De Banh Ferese 6070 " " T. MTlwrmith, MX.A.... 1070 " W. Forreet 1800 " .' W. Starrest 800 " " C. Collins ... 600 " " T. ITUwraUh...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GOLD AT MINERAL CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

GOIiD AT MXNEBAL CREEK. FOB some day*, past a minor ho* boon pre valent in town, of payable gold existing at | Locke's paddock, about 16 miles from Warwick. On inquiry we learn from reliable authority that five or six men have been working at the above men. | tioned place, with moderate success, (or two ! or three months paBt. The locality of the j reported find is, as described, on the Boaon ' thai and Oakey Greet watershed!, and near the present) railway extension. Daring the ( dry season of I860, some prospectors reported I to Ur. Locke that they had obtained several fair prospects, and that in <wet seasons the ground might pay forworkinj^; it is in the same fall, or gully, that the .present find has taken place. We understand the gold is of a Odette -description, and the sinking to be from & to 6 feet. On last Thursday thco ground was visited by about 100 men mostly from the neighboring railway works, when the usual " barneying and 'peg scrimmag | ing" took pl...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Tht Editor will Hot M reipolwiiU for any opinion* or «.«»< mprtati by eorrwpon tUttit, andwill always reject penonal eom nwwieattoe* «t!«i on tuijteti of public impcrtamx, aarf puanuttad (iyna aMihftr.]

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] CONSTANTINOPLE, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

LATEST TELEGKAPHIO NEWS. [HENTOR'A TELKOBAUSJ CONSTANTINOPLE, AUGUST 27. THE sittings of the commission appointed to arrange for a rectification of tho Greek frontier continuo. At a meeting held to-day the Turkish Commissioners intimated that tho Port had agreed to allow tho protocol of the Berlin Congrats, to, form Jiic basis of negotiations bctwoen Turkey4tod Greece upas this subject^ 380,000 sovereigns were withdrawn from the Bft.»kto-day>-to be -forwarded to North America. The now Western Auqtnqjiau lotn o £100,000 is issued. Allotments'tib successful tenderers averaged £00 17s. Gd. per cent.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[LAST NIGHTS MESSAGES.] The Zulu War. LONDON, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

[LAST NIGHTS MESSAGES.] Tlic Zulu War. LONDON, September 30. | Intelligence to date the 12tb inst. lias been recived from the Capo. I' The news /is to tbo effect that the forces under the eommand!of Colofiel Clarke had reached TJlundi, which they occupied. The column under Colonel BussoU had ar rived at Enhlougand, which post they were ^tftrongfy'fortlfytaigi and intend to occupy as head quarters for the winter. Neither of the columns encountered any opposition from the enemy. The Zulus are said to be dispersing in large numbers and returning to their homes. Cetewayo is still at large, but is believed to be in the vicinity of Colonel Russell's column.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sir Rowland Hill. LONDON, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

Hlr Kowlntid' Hill. LONDON, September 30. The remains of the late Sir Rowland Hill are to be interred in Westminster Abbey.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Items of News [?] Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

ow . itu»idMadame m ' sch'emnkas been *bSed! owing matofctoje*loTy among tho officials ot ti>at count** . ThibS were great rejoicings on June 11, ontheoccaaion of the ^Tgj ot the youngest daughter <* Kirchnor, formerly ofSydney ana Brisbane, i to Baron Valentine von Biamarck. _ IT is proposed to illuminate^ the Falls tf I Ni«im V mght with a number of Bmk electric lights. The i"V"*"?? w^WH 'j» jwy 5reirf. and. Zde fltitJnunbowe; An attemptiwillnlso tortile iMtefffcXIeSheenew ~ Teasel is t", and. it Ul Ian Station TCUJilSUMU'VMMaJ**^' at As ! the screwV; ""'rev jrt.i. , 'which ia>^f". »TMlr Ann Daviea wab A 170*1* , .nrirtU magistrates the other fliy *wi>a !*^V\.ty.{B;Ctorv aooount of a certificate fir ^ inside of wearing eight mmyV^~rMo* the L.wttS'jiwfl Australia, where dtt'<WiW>' banttO»I^^«f»«»fIrf Blyth, «* match between William j5U>ottVe chrBlpjon Ed^ard Hanlafe W IViWWta.-for «l ^ ship of England,*! challenge «pV< !-»?«« 1 /1 ,1 ...

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The Czar ST. PETERSBURG, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

The Czar. SR. PJTTSBSBUAO, September 80. The Czar has gone to Warsaw, from whence ho intends proceeding to Livada.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

AGISTEBLA.Ii ENQUIRY. A* enquiry was held at tbe Court : Btt4tday ltiat, tho 80th ult., bofore thu ] MMpstrate. touching tho late fatal act atxhe Tunnel, Southern and Western way Extension, when tUo following lars of the occurrence were elicited George Longdon, deposed to luring been a mate of the deceased, Wnl, John Burton, and was in the employment-^of Messrs. Overend and Co., as a miner; oiHIJhutBclay lost, tho 28th instant, he was worlnng in company with the deceased, who wM the ganger of his Bhift, and several othe^jpen, most of whom are now in the HoewJ*1' Bllffrarinn fmminiurieer«eeiT«d-«t#iBttBg^gf the accident. About dinner time on that day; Burton was engaged with anotberman named Mawby, in charging a hole a short distaaoe from and beneath where witness was at work drilling; ho saw that tiiQjJfififipwdiDiuiA faisllifc ~a"TSopperihod !ron~ tamping bar. ? The first intimation he received of any unusual occurrence, was a loud explosion which seemed to witness to have a double...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

COMM35ECIAT,. Anon* Ofloe, 'Monday Erening. plilllW Batutjbly'e Courier ham the faVMing^ncerai^.lthc :paafc week's bail n«wi^tKtfae prodnoe nwiritot, of oaoiye, the w«vtEw^hB«#reatTj interfored with business, and shortness of supplies has caused an - im provement in prices in some lines.. Whole sale dealers supply the following Quotations: -MaUe, 2s. 3d. to £s. 4d. j oaten hay, £5 to 4S6, according to quality; luoerne hay, £2 10s. to £3 10s. s chaiF, £3 IOs. to JU 10s., accord ing to quality i bran, £7 16s. to JB8; pollard, £0 to £7; oets, 8s. Sd. to Ss. 6d.; barley. 3d. Ud. to Ss. 6d. j onions, £14 to £15; pump kins, SSs: to 80s.s "potatoes; JB5 lo* £$ lOs-T sweet potatoes, £2 10a.; butter, Is. to Is. Id.; b,u»c, txL to M. t hams, lOd. to 1b. ; eggs, Sd. to < cbfeeset 8a. to Is. The demand for ponlhy is somewhat improved, but prices arc unchanged. -

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK. WARWICK, TUESDAY, SEP. 2, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

[PDjafclSHED TWIOB A L. WAEWICK, T0ESDA-T, SEP. 8, 1878. Iv fi^r tofft iss^e we published a et>me whit Wgthy ;r»pori,i of the meeting holdat Upper, Swan Greek the previous week in ifavor of the construction of a branch line «f railway through' -that and' :the surrounding agricultural centrps, From the tone of the remarks made % _the different speakers at the meeting it ia pretty clear that the idea finds 'general favor among the farmers and others whose properties are situ ated '|»t' a greater distance than ten mile* from market. This only natural. Thm-me^ar^ «o handicapped hy dis taaw, as compared with the more for tunate tillers of'thfe toil whose holdings we withiueaiy distance of the town, that4t is not to be-wondered at that fhey'bail' With welcome the possibility at injmprovement in the means of trans porting their produce to market. A.. r»ilwa,y4ine would not only enable them j to place thoir produce on the market at a ' mudh smaller oost than they now hate ! to pay, ftndt...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

TO OUE ^UBSCEIBEES AND THE PUBLIC. . THE WARWICK ARGUS IS NOT Published, TWICE A WEEK every TDBSDAY and BATUBDAY. The terms el Subscription are &s. per quar ter, or i!l per jear. Subscribers qtay begin at aoy'tEael ABTHUE MORGAN. TJOTXOE TO CORRESPONDENTS. " Abti-Htobuo.'" ?L. Arrived too late for

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RACING AMENITIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

EA«NG AMENITIES. TO THE EDITOB OF TUB WARWICK AEOUS. - SIB,-la Jast Saturday's issno of your con temporary appears a latter from Jjtr. Charles Bugdcn, beaded " a reply." containing a rory liime eicuse for not having^ fulfilled a Turf CiulTwager, ^^lenon-fulfilments wluelflea to his further (according to his own Btate : meet) non-fulfilment of a second wager with the same individual." Now, Sir, leaving all personality aside for the muuieut, hag is Mr.- Dugduii's uau BC-* cording to,his own statement:.Ho acknow ledges a wager iiiiwlo'Y 'ho^ack&wltfd^es his own doubtfulnoss aa to his having won it, as he consults others as to - the advisability of paying it) he gives no intimation to the party with whom he. made the wager, as to his doubt about being the winner, on the con trary his actions and speeohes in the matter lead others to the conclusion that he issatis ficd he l03t; he waits until a second wager with the same individual is lost, which he re fuses to pay, but even then...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

| ORIGINAL CORBESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be regp<mtibt$ /or any opinions or vieicg mpresseil by efarreipon? denti, and will altoayt reject pergonal coiSfa ' muniwUiont tmlew 'on tubjecti -of jwbiw importance and guaranteed by the tigria* tur$ .tof thf author.]

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE BALDWINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

THE BALDWINS. Pbotessor mid Mrs. Baldwin gave "tbo. first of their seances last night at the Town Hall^when {he largeBt audience wo haye ever seen in Warwick was gathered to witness the entertainment. Thei profossor fulfilled his edvirtised projuses to perfection, and fully explained everything he did, including the watatyliandouff, and many othertHoks .bow ing how easy it was for an audience to be duped. A committee, composed of Messrs. G. ,P. 11. ^lurray, H. C.^ fiiepvo, ,Captoin Daveney,'and Sub-Inspector Judge'were ac commodated with seats upon the stage, and apparently satisfied themselves in-a thorough examination of the various paraphernalia submitted for their inspection. The rope lying feat elicited much satisfaction, and thbngh FrofeBsor Baldwin, and his pianist Mr. Lewis submitted to & most complicated apd aeoure roping at tbo hands ot Ob tain Davenoy and Mr. ffloero, a - khort time only elapsed from their being closed up in the oabinet* during . which the hands, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] WELLINGTON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

NEW ZEALAND. [F&OU ova OWN <70BBE8P0{fDBHTj WBLLINOTON, AllgUBt30. THE lion. Mr. Hall, a strong opponent of J Sir (ioot jjju Groy, lma been oloctod unopposed. A party of four Europeans engapodin sur -veying a block of land near the Thames wjjio Atifeked by natives] is ambush. Seven shots won fired, and one of the surveyors was severely wounded. There «t« no farther par ticulars as yet to hand, but {be NattjaMinie. - t6r will leave immediately to cnquSe into thd' matter.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HOW THEY LEGISLATE IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

HOW THE9T LEGISLATE IN VICTORIA. I THE ArgHt of Thursday last givos the fol lowing particulars of a disgraceful scene in the - Victorian Legislative Assembly: -The I cqonoB in the . Amamblv wore more i violent yesRsrday "TOan tttiy £li5t~Eavc Dion" ! witnessed for-J«m in ? that often unquiet House.~ Thcyatfeuried flicir climax ! in a charge of a serious ehiuueter which was levelled a^fr^ttfia'lfijifekir of Public Works by Mr. Gaunaon. ' JMr. J7attorsori woaoddres Btntf the HOOT? and comhienfcin^ on the right df Mr. Zox to a seat when the member Tor? Ararat said, " It does not become a a&ttle-' dnffer to talk in that manner." Mr. Young: exclaimed, "Well, thlit is straight." Mr.' Patterson, however, took no notice of the Interruption, but later on, when Mr. Zox ?poke in defencc, that hdn. member n ferred to the charge, and declared in his opinion* that, if there wiifl any foundation for the cattle-duffing story, the Minister of Public Works woe tile man who had no rig|it to a ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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