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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
FI.OKILINK!-Foil TEETH AND BREATH.-A few dropn of liquid 44 Floriline" ^.liukled on ft wot tooth-brush produces a plca*unt lather, which thoroughly cleanses the tcoth from all parasites or impurities, hai-dens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives the teeth a peculiar pc;uly-white ness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It remove? nil unpleasant odour arising from de cayed teeth or tobaccoBiuoke. "The Fragrant Floriline," being composed 111 part of Honey nnd sweet herbs, is delicious to the tnste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2s 4>d, of all Chemists nnd Perfumers. Prepared by Henry C. Gallup, 403 Oxford-street London. THROAT AFFKCTIONH AND HOARBENESB.-All suffering from irritation of the throat ami hoarse ness will be agreeably surprised at the almost im mediate relief afforded by the use of " Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous 41 lozenges" are now sold by most icspcctable chemists in tliia country at Is l£d per box. People troubled wi...
Great Increase in the Russian Navy. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
Great Increase in the Russian Kavy. A Bkrlin telegram in the Globe of August 30 Bays:-Admiral Lessovsky, the RuRsi'nn Minister of Marino, is on the point of signing a contract with agents of American shipping firms for the construction of a number of cruisers, the aggregated cost of which will he twenty-five millions of roubles, to be paid in gold. Opposition contracts have been pre sented by native firms, but tho American agents, owing to alavish employment of bribes have oppitivntly secured the order. T.he designs for the vessels of war have already been prepared by the committee of construc tion at the St. Petersburg Admiralty, and ! represent an improved typo of cruiser, corvette-fihapu and intended for ocean ! service. Russia will build no more ironclads, but will create a very powerful cruiser fleet. Already firms at Boston are in possession of orders for engines and machinery for the Russian Government, and the continuance of the goodwill of America in regard to Russia's crui...
War wick and the Sydney Exhibition [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
War wick and the Sydney Exhibition. UNDER 1MB heading, we publish a letter in auother column, signed " Common Sense," from which it would seem that so far as the district of Warwick is con cerned, it is a terra incognita at the Sydney Exhibition. It appears that a very attractive feature in the Queens land Court is supplied in the DAJRTEEB photographs, which were collected by the late Agent-General, who worked so conscientiously towards the advance ment and welfare of this colony. It is a matter of surprise that a gentleman gifted with the judgment and taste of the late RICHARD DAINTBEE should have excluded front th« sphere of his photographic operations some of the many fertile and expansive plains and stations in the Warwick district. This may have arisen, we imagine, not from an ignorance of locality, for no man was better posted, in a thorough knowledge of the colony ; but, from the fact per- . haps that Mr. DAINTBEE bad not time to complete the work so admirably be gun. This is...
Dissatisfaction with the Z[?] Peace. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
Plmtlifaction with the Zulu Peace. Om telegrams hare inform «d as that a good deal of dissatisfaction exists in Natal ami dsewhere in regard to tbe terns upon which Sir Garnet Wolseley haa made peace with the Zulu chiefs. The following extract from the Maritibnrg correspondent of the flops Arftu conveys a good idea of the nature ot this feeling and the cause to which it is supposed to be due i " Sir Garnet Wolseley has proclaimed the practical aboltion of eveiy cuBtom in which , the Zulu* believe, and of every means of monl restraint. He has, too, while removing the (lower of Cety-wayo, which has, at an; rate, kept the Zulus in crier during the past, left the country divided amongst chiefs who are deck red equal, and who are in man; cases animated by the deepest hatred for, and jeal .oily of, each other. He has, in fact, pro claimed in Zululand the revolutionary doc bine* of liberty and equality, without taking any guarantee whatever for the preservation ot fraternity. It is impossi...
Farners' Unions. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
Fanners' Unions. THAT the old proverb, "Union is Power," stands good to-day, uo onecan of late the Rteady and united action of farmers' unions in our adjaecnt colonics. There is one in New South Wales, and another in Victoria, and the proceed ings in connexion with the latter es pecially, have been marked by vigor- j OUB and intelligent action which is truly refreshing to read. They are al most identical with the Chambers of Agriculture in England, save perhaps the importation of political questions, and the free discussion of thoBi?, with a vivw (o united ucliuu ul tliv time of for a moment doubt Parliamentary elections. Much as we detest tbe introduction of unseason able party feeling and agitation, in matters which might sometimes be bet ter administered without them, yet we think there is a wise difference between the Home and Colonial agricultural | unions. These are formed for the special behoof of the farming class, and the selection of a Senatorial representa tive is to them...
Good Times once Again. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
Good Times once Again. " W« are mire all classes of our readers will - hail with satisfaction the anticipations ex Sressed in a leader of the London Timet of ugust 22nd, of an immediate revival in trade. Appended are too extracts from the articlo in question, and the sound views expressed are truly refreshing in tbuse times of Commercial ?tarnation." It would seem as if we were about to emerge from the lone season of eclipse that lias so pain fully ovorshadowed our comiuocial prosperity. We have now hnd five years without a break to relieve the monotony of Bloom. Before that we went through a time of inconvenient ' activity. The famous phrase of " leaps and bounds" was no exaggerated presentment of (the fact, and the uncomfortable experience of a cool famine did not come at all too soon to check the too exuberant development of our industry. That period was concurrent with perhaps we may say it was attendant, upon . time of feverish activity in Germany md in the United States. In tr...
What is this? [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
, .tftMpairfl: WW.ntito. ; Balaam mid , InqfafibpttMmtve caughttbe fpUowing i-f vl .'i.'.iiVMiu.ittth Suptoab*, 8h-«m. ' nffii'lft'WNIw .UnN' . :«.!?«£ i frOvUob"#b»t*v«f U i fer &lt;ti» WetdttriMlkUik'iibt'indeei.1 Queensland hu sing «J^l jft^fccyoftalAfubc and Kan l\WHd.«T«a if ^ mMtjpjvrosfpaj times wa wooMmWtly bojaot to thu colony beinjj made tmreoeption grdttfiywr some of the most Cui^oalrapleiii theirodd^Xetthe natives of Miili«jpMlS9wN«wiBBii far mora troublesome, than _ our own Aboriginal
The Kelly Gang [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
Mattebb in regard to the movement of the Kelly&lt;(iajig,'aro almost** IWk 'jm, and everthing will now-depend upon the result of thetopMLfckm whioh started etthie ihtji book, thetobjettand destina'tion erf which the police kept secret, as the slightest intimation as to tte natnru of'the Valuable information in the possession of the authorities would be almost immtdikjely' Oonreye^ !tn the outlaw's, and they wou}d at kitie leave the locality in which there is strttag hope of their capture being etfe^tpd. The scheme which is now being Hlawfully >worked out embrafces no: less 'UjUs seven search parties, all ot whom started from different points ohtt confine their atten tion to certain pBssefiln the ranges through which it ts anticipated the outlaws if pressed closely by toe itaJtynrast retort to escape to "wluM?tHe^'wifeeC'to be »"Iess ? dangerous locality. Ofceot' these parties'returned on Monday (driHeoeesiry supply &lt;tf provisions, and also to give Botes'litue'r...
Commercial. AROU[?] office. Monday Evening.d [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
Commercial. ABQUH office. Monday Evening. Bmibike.-Saturday's Courier Bays:-in the product markot there is but little chango to report i but there has been a very decided advuoe in onions, the supply being at present derived entirely from the sooth, as the Queens land crop bu not yet been gathered. Whole sale dealers supply the following quotations: Maite, Is. lid. to Sis.; oaten hay, £4 10s.; lucerne, £2 10s. to £8; lucerne chaff, £3; mixed chaff, JE3 10s. to £4 ; bran, £7 16s. to £81 pollard, £6 to £7; feed outs, 3s. to 3a. Ad. i barley, 3s. 3d. to Ss. 6d. pumpkins, 15s. to 20s.; potatoes, £0 10s to £7; onions, £20 to £211 fresh butter, 7d. to 8d.; eggs, 7d. to Bd.; bacon, 6d. to 7d.; bams, 10d. to is.; cheese, colonial 8d., imported 9d. to la Mr. JOHN Briimi, circular Quay, Sydney, reports:-Fat Cattle were lower again this week, good beef on Thursday worth not over 10a. and prospects for the present very gloomy, fat Sheep were no lower, but were low enough-svy, 6s. to 7s. for goo...
The [?] rivick Argus [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK. WARWICK, TUESDAY. NOV. 4, 1879. Prospects of the Tin Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
Ill* TOmricfc jVfflUJS. ? [PUBLISHED TWICE k WBEK.j WAEWICK, TUESDAY. NOV. 4, 1879. froipecta of the Till Trade. Tbs sudden and gnat rise in the price .(^.tin and copper which has just taken place should herald a return of pros writytous Australians. No district lias suffered more from the depression of prices during the last four years than that of Stanthorpe and the tin district across the border of New South Wales. 3%e price of tin has lately been but little more than tiro-fifths of what it was when the Stanthorpe field was first opened, and the metal itself has lately been sold in the London market for considerably less than was given for stream tan at Stanthorpe the first year after its disoovery. - The depression through which the tin mining industry has passed may, how ever, Save had its advantages, and we shbuld now expect to profit by them. It lias put a stop to rash speculation and the extravagant expenditure of in experienced managers in mining; but since it has been foun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
To Subscribers and Advertisers. OUR ACCOUNTS for the Quarter ending September 30 are now being delivered, «ad_wa would thank our friends for an Early SETTLEMENT of same. The issue of the paper bi-weekly has involved us in heavy expenses, and. should this appeal meet with . fair response, we purpose shortly making a still farther attempt to increase the useful ness of the paper. ARTHUR MORGAN. Arjtu Office, October 8,1878. " 899 Horoae or ebkitm. " .falMrtMttfit, dlreotly op temBall, when All orders Maila per &.MS. .'Bowen" VIA TORRES STRAITS. MAILS for the United Kingdom and the Continent of Knrope, India, China, *0.. will OtiOSE at the WARWICK. POST OFFICE, m under: For alt blades exoept the United Kingdom, on THURSDAY the Oth inst, st 10'30>.m. For the United Kingdom only, on FRIDAY the 7th Inst at 10 30 a.m. 8. MARSHAL, Postmaster. Post Office, W*rwiok,Norember 3rd, 1879. 1037 TUB PULPIT IN Warwick A notice will appear uuder this heading in our next issuo I on the Pres...
Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
Warwick Municipal Council. THE monthly meeting of this Council was held last evening. Present-tl)e Mayor (in the chair). Aldermen Grayson,' Boberfcson,, 1 Johnson. Cronrbie. The minutes of the pre vious meeting were read and confirmed. I COMMUNICATIONS. Amongst the communications read was one from the Minister for lands, pointing out that the 400 acres of lnnd which the Govern ment proposed dealing With wan nit a portion of the Commonage, and that the Government intended dealing with them as they thought fit, inasmuch as they hud become forfeited.' A letter was mid from Mr. Qhatiles H> Green, calling attention to the state of the road to Ljndhuret The resignation of Mr. Win. Biynolds as as Commonage Ranger was read. An appli cation woe read from Messrs. Overend & Co., seeking permission to take ballast- fromOxen ham-street for local purposes. With respect to this matter tha-MAYOR in reply to Alderman CROKBIE Baid he was not aware that Messrs. Overend nnjl Co,' were taking...
Sydney. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
Sydney. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, November 3. A portion of tho Chiaholm Estate, on either sido of the railway at Kedfern, comprising sixty-two acres, has been sold to the Govern ment for £100,000. The public examinations in connection with tho Sydney University, commenced to-day. The senior candidates numbered 76, and the junior candidates 254. These included 0 females. There are 51 candidates for the Civil Ser- j vice Examination. i Diggers have returned from Merol near' GrenfeU, and stato that tho reported gold discovery there is a hoax. Messrs Harrison Jones and Devlin report J that thcro was a large attendance at their I sales to day. The bladings were brisk for I greasy wool's in good condition.
Warwick Police Court. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1. (Before J. Mcintosh and S. Nunn, Esqs, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
Warwick Police Court. SATCBDAT, NOVEMBER 1. (Before J. Mcintosh anil S. Nann, Epqg, Js.P.) HAWIEB'B LICENSE.-The application of James Smith was granted, Messrs. Hugh C&mbell and ."ohnBurd being sureties. MONDAT, NOVEMBEE 3. (Before the Polieo Magistrate.) MASTERS AND SERVANTS ACT.-Tho case of Ellen O'Neill v. James Hawley, under this Act> was dismissed for tioa-appearance of the parties. ? - Patrick Riley, a Sub-Contractor oil the Southern and Western Jiailmiy. was also summoned under the same Act. by Michael' O'Doherty. James Rowe, and Thomas Stack for -wages due, and, pleading indebted, was ordered to pay the amount claimed. in each case with costs amounting in all to JB£9 6d, in default levy and distress, ot, failing suah, 3 months imprisonment in ToMtoomba gaol.'
CORRESPONDENCE. [The Ediler will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal comnmnications unless on subjects of public [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879
CORRESPONDEN CE. [The Ediler will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspon dent*, and trill always rtjeet personal com. nmnicatioru unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the tigna' tuve of the author.] Wai wick and the Sydney Exhibition. TO THE EDITOR OP THE WARWICK ABOUS. SIR,-I have just returned from the Sydney Exhibition, whore I had pleasure in common with the general public of admiring the? world's show, more particulary that portion which contains the Queensland exhibits. I think, Sir, the Queensland Court reffcets im mense credit on our admirablo Commissioner, Mr. Grcsley Itukin, whose epergy and suactss in behalf of Queensland, may, 1 trust, be yet marked by some substantial testimony on the part of my fellow "Colonists- "But-"ChtsTSHbdE my object in writing you now. What I desire to draw the attention of your readers to is the fact thftt there is a fine exhibition of photo* graphs in the Queensland Court, whienpre*'* Rutnably...