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Further Withdrawals of Gold, LONDON, October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879

Further Withdrawals of Gold, IjOndon, October 29. Ihcrehave been large withdrawals of gold froui the Bank of England for Germany and North America, and it is expected that the directors of the bank wi'l raise the rate of dis count to-morrow.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Turco-Greek Frontier. CONSTANTINOPLE. October 80. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879

The Turco-Greek Frontier. CONSTANTINOPLE. October 80. I The Commissioners appointed for (be rectifi cation of the Turco-Greek frontier are hold ing weekly sittings, but owing to (lie diffi culty of ooming to an understanding upon several important points very little progress is being made.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Death of a Great Comedian. LONDON, Oct. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879

Death of a Great Comedian LONDON, Oct. 31. | Mr. Joucketono, who was for some time connected with the Haymarket Theatre, is dead.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Russian Movements. LONDON, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879

Russian Movements. LONDON, October 31. Tbe UuBsian Government bare resolved to strengthen their fleet in tbe Pacific and tiro cruiaera lately prepared, have tailed for that station.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879

ItiWaef froi ' iur pattern-book for 1870-80 lb Rowatt & Sons, of Edin- I L London, eont*in» mare th^n * nasally i (slootion o{,l*mp*.4l 't|iMr>rdl.knowi! This fin» uu tTeslgned a ipeoial form ?rick Aimcapnjo'.' burncra, whlohlmrii , 7$ iMtlGtfp ^th&tinf Wmtnu- | .*te«UBnnUdWe$ownr.- 'MaWfldw^of |>il the «aie of the orditwy-aingle solid wick. the p<^tHi»WtlUrepli£wiakoomM in con tact iwethiheiaiiiathtiaidtai woifclhoHa the ' wiolu togethei Tery solidly, and the apparatus ' -<9»',*»tnUDgth|»iok(npora4*rn«oWiojMii the Ly["Jr* It' wWi'Wll WOrepiaimu! Jntfae recent Kgitatioangaifiat defeotive.appa>fcia4/anU iptxtMlytd thfc 4n-. glitzier'VaditToI ihetriekiaied, (Mb to >defeot .Jnitfce «iiilluklfj I Hhe -ApUPirtdk lamps; &e ' alio fitted aoaa to bo bura<^viththii»'ctmnn4yt 1 mariiiMadHtinU'mateTan ntdor- :thl> ttfonm : atal)»Mtkfa'flaMlkfaV jwfthbr»mt>kenoritoelI. | Mesatr. Bomtt* ay«tem oMwUwinjthawlck ' . .fiMkaaU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879

' : Xbft Building Trade. WA3^gS~& GIBSON .?A«S,IM,EBS,ftG,NKRAL GET-BTBEST, WARWICK. 768 [A CABD.J , w. GAISFORD, Rutcir.ijTiiRil, Wa*WICK. ^tyBfeYAUp, fprthe 6u_ kr«f PIKE, OD. of all r»te«. at ???!'. ?! J-l'l:! ? I . ' .in ? v..(nun,] ::':riW.:G. "GONLEY, . . XFYPPNTER, SnUder, ud General Con . j/ / . : f ' | tjTAptOT| V.W**®*! OVwMBrt, WARWICK. ? ??? .-. ? ? ? . 860 i^'i.-i1... '?". t*MM,... ***** dtttor', hi UPDii^iotty K(u'l»*y Hotel), ofjtli descriptions at-"' --a-Vpiriofli. 896 uMmi rit »... 055 ^HEJBOYAI. HOTEL, «<i FIR, STI&AMMH*RKUT!VRTA)INEK. tfiineg aiidSpiriU only kept.: .?.>.? /..:-' liinivi'-iiV Jij J in l . l. / .j '. .,! -.tlll--ii.il rj'>'<h>M>>SUBl.lB0. J i iv/ Tiij'-ni E ffJBt B III D O E i . . vT-.i*i.h»»ieo®ed&ieM«Broi,- --. ??<?? -:>v>V/ MITTMI TIHVRLIINYFOI. I'NITIJ' . .. i'688o /l»^')lbl)llllU»)Llliii^Jll JWil 'i'i I '< 'HI ' lit. r. i Wabwic*., L PROPRIETOR, .K^'.^AvWUh...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Warwick Land Court, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 November 1879

Warwick I*nd Court, THE usual Monthly Land Court was held on Thursday Inst before Mr. Commissioner Hume, when the following applications were disposed of CONDITIONALS. Woi. Mitchell, 320 aerus, Rosenthal Acceptod. M. Schmtzerlinjf, 182 acres, Lucky Valley. Acceptud. John Wallace, 320 acres, Robinson.-Ac cepted. H0ME8TEADB. Wui. Hughes, 80 acres, Goomburra. Withdrawn. John -A. - Banks, 80 acres, <Joomtaiw=' Withdrawn. Ann Hall, 33 acres, Killarney.-Accepted,. J. W. Banks, 160 acrcs, Ooomburrj--] Accepted. .Tohn Hancock, SO acres, Killarney.-Ilejectcd., Ricfiard Wood, junr. 6 acres, Robin BOD. Acceptcd. Jas. Bradford, 80 acres, Killarney.-Ejected. , The following applications fpr cerf!$Mt£S were' conditionally granted subject to the Bailiffs report . Robert Young, 40 acres, Spring Creek. Homestead. Johu Baillic, 1,000 acres, Turatnaville. Conditional. James 63 .acres, Robinson:-< Conditional. John Affleck, 380 acres, Swan Creek. Conditional. -: rr-- - l Cbowded O...

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Bust in wheat TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWIOS ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

Bust in Wheat. J TO THE EDITOR OT THE VARfflOI A RODS* J Sin,-It behoves everyone who call possibly do so, either froui personal observation or by theoretical suggestions, to help in the effort to discover the oauBe of that dread foe of the fanner-rust. I am not a practical agricul turist myself, but the thought bu often oc curred to me-in conBequenoe of the many reports I hear from the farmers themselves of the sudden development of the insidious dis | ease-that perhaps,"after all. the course x>t . cultivation is entirely at fault. Professors of I physical geography speak learnedly of isoth ermal lines, andnorthorn and southern limits for the growth of certain things. It is just ' possible that some such consideration? as | these uiiiy exercise an influence in the present . case. But even if that vera not so, cannot it be that the time of hartett is put too far bock ? Would it not be worth the experiment to see whether the anticipation of n month or six weeks would not obviate m...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brisbane. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

Brisbane. [rttoit otin own coSBEsi>o!»BE»r] ; November 7. I , Colpnnl M&odonngli baa resigned hi* COJP 1 tiaid cj'fjttie Vo>anteor for$9-j j 7 H 1 I ' Meaare. rVinwick a Cj. held their first sues . tfwooMosd&y, hnrifiiH tijettitfstt gWTSt: tendiuice, and (airpompetition. , , %e (lijitlnrtalmsnlrof debenture* lotf-the three million loan will be despatched by to morrows mail. ? ?

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CORRESPONDENCE. (The Editor will not be responsabile for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications [?] on subject of public [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

! CORRESPONDENCE. 1 [TAe E&ihr iliK nol &« .riiptntttil* for any J i ' "opinions <or views -cx'p retted by <f6W£$pbn~ 1 dentt, andtclU alWaj// reject pereonat com. 1 munitubionf Ufle<t *» - mkjietf <o/ puMie ' impoHMte. diU piu*rh»l«*<i fy 4he «iyna tiiM o/ the author.] ;' >;: J Bwimmtng'BrtfliB. '-'."'J' 1 | TO THE EDITOR OF THE WAAWlOXLlAfcOpB.' -)8ib,-I am raiyitpnf trt aeaihtt AldwlSn; Robertson has wtU>dm.Wn his motion refer ring to a loan for the purpose of erecting swimming baths. It cannot be that,there is no'necessity for' saoh things. : I'ho same issue of your paper which contains the noticeof .touch »itfadra«ral«b» reoonls th?>a«i want death by drowiung<of p- Jiqo bov -because he was uhaUle' to fewifai, and' the iro&mn who might have saved him "?aa poperjeea to do so for th'p sjrao reason.. Those of us who hare livod any length of timrin the district can readily recal a long...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sydney (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) November 7 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

. Sydney. 4 r£T I [raoitouB OWN cowuroNDurr.J. Noreinber 7. The Queensland pfl^nen hare Jbeen very diligent intheir practice since their , arrival hero, with vary aatiabctory results. A good match is expected. . , ? A youtig girl named Schults, committed suioidu «t uiverell 1a*t nigh£ ? by^-toWgg 'strychnine. The' rath Mt-fraa committed 10 consequence of jealouiiljr with referenoe to her intended.husband. . " '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Divisional Boards Act. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

The Divisional Boards Act. Thb activity manifested in other I part* of the colony with regard to the ! Divitional Boards Bill, must sufficiently excuse us for again drawing attention I to the matter. No measures have yet ! been taken in the immediate dis- 1 tricts surrounding Warwick. Doubt less, members of tko Assembly who have from conscientious motives op posed the Bill could hardly be expected to take tbe initiative by inviting farmers together to discuss boundaries and other questions involved in the ad ministration of the measure. Much as we di&sent from the judgment of tbe Ministry in introducing a measure of such weighty importance at the present depressed time, -we are inclined to sus pect that those in authority entrusted with setting it in motion have taken the work seriously in hand, and mean to enforce its provisions. The Govern ment, under the advice of their sur veyors, are prepared with a scheme for tbe partition of districts, and it is upon these lines of de...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hostilities in Afghanistan. LONDON, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

; Hortflitlcg ifrAfrii anVitan., ?, j I \ . HOP.'*> iIjOWimMWfevemlw0. 1 The Ghilzi&s continue their hoatilifces toward* i the British, and have mads additional attc&ka Ion the troops, but on each occasion unsuc ajarfully. . > r

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The Pulpit in Warwick. (48 VIEWED FROM THE PEW] THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

The Pulpit in Warwick. (.48 VIEWED FROM THE PEW.] THE PItfiSRVTERIAN CHURCH. I Befobk proceeding- with the subject of our ( notice, wo deem it. fit to offer ft faw obBerva I tions upon the spirit which animated P9 *n ' embarking upon these periodical religious noticos, and it is nccessary at once to point out that the idea of exci ing any polemical controversy was entirely foreign to our minds. That must have been apparent to the most casual reader. These discourses are published under the Bincere sonviction that they might prove acceptable to the various sects of our country readers, and with a view, also, to enlighten our distant eutacritai's oc casionally as to the sayings and doings of priest or parson, according to their particular persuasion. Now, it is needless to point out the impracticability of recording the sermons preached in all the Warwick Churches on any given Sabbath, and we are compelled to take them lerialim. If we have laid our selves open to the charge of being p...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coolness between England and Turkey. CONSTANTINOPLE, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

j tioolriess betweenBhgltuiti ind Turkey. I CONSTANTINOPLE, November^ J. 1HE recent action, 01 tne Britisn uorern ment in Bonding tbe Mediterranean squadron I to Tont'la, and tbe communications made to the Sultan i by Sir. A. Ji. Layurd, have been «warmly discussed ill/ political circles here, and great excitement has been occasioned. The position taken up lijr England, and the reply of the Sultan to the British Ambassador, are qlgo freely commented upon , - ? -r j 1 X^ondon, -Novemtbr 4. Tbs London Press, diuaussing the prosent jispecfcof affairs in connection with Turkish* reform in Asia Minor, commend the option of the Government in despatching the Mediter ranean squadron to Vourla, and generally approve pf the determination of the Govern ment' to enforce the provisions of the Anglo Turkish convention.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Warwick Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

The Warwick Hospital A Mcetimo of the Committee of the War wick Hospital was bold on Tuesday afternoon, at the Town Hall. Thero were ptcsent-Mr, , C. H. Green (in the chair); Messrs. J. D. "Macanili, G. P. M. Murray, J. E. Bom, and the Bev. J. 3. Horon. SLXCTIOK or CRA1BUAN. It was proposed by Mr. MUBHAY, seconded by Mr. Boss, and carried, that Mr. C. H. Green be permanent chairman, of the War wick Hospital Committee. Mr. Qbeih here assumed the chair, and the minutes of the previous meeting were read by the Bbcbbtabt. Mr. Boss enquired what hod been done with regard to the Doctors' allowance. Tha NBcurrAKT i I have done nothing fur ' ? ther yet. In rendering this account, I put in lor medical officers the earn of £26. But it .was not doe to the medical men, and the Depnty Auditor toll me to refund it, and return it to the Colonial-Secretary. I spoke to Mr. Boas about it , and be told me not to do it, but to leave it where it was. The Chaihun .- It is for the Committee to Secide. T t...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. (REUTER's MESSAGES.) Activity at the Russian Arsenal. LONDON, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [BEUTSB'B MKSSAOES.] ' Activity at the Russian Arsenal. LONDON, November 2. A TELEGRAM from St. Petersburg 6tdfi(F ' that the Arsenal factory is busy eight and day manufacturing arms for the Government, and that orders have been issued to suspend ull private contracts.

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Withdrwal of the Mediterrianean Fleet [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

< wratbwtollStf thomtotdmneiS fleet. 1 i The orders for the Modlterrtmcan fljet to proceed to VoarU have b jen.cantermanded 1# oonfleqenofe.of ttie'rtxMteeo ol>tne Port to carry . out reforips according to^hfitriaaty of ,8*rUn.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

WANTED a MILKMAN, and to otherwiso make' himself generally "Useful. Ap ply at tho Farm, Canning DownB. 1057 J. D. MACANSH. ,-WAKTKD Housgkeepem to to: SANJDER j'4 ¥»., SON'8 BAKING POWDt&j and fcANDERSON'tS WASHING CRYSTAL. , Sold bj' till ?GroMra, and' Wholesale by F. ; SANDEHHOK, Kelvld Grore-rond, Brisbane. I 974_ | Bank Notice. MONDAY NEXT, 10th iust., being * I Legal Bank Holiday, tho local Banks j 1 will be CU)SED. I ftince of tales' Birthday. TVTTr\TAT»« STORES WILL BE I JJI U -lJi -131 O CLOSED on MON-1 DAY NEXT, IOth-inst. 1059 8 NUNN. Prince of .gales' Birthday. THE Business Establishments of the un dersigned will be CLOSED on MON i DAY NEXT, 10th inst. i 3. Horwitz & Co. Bro^hi&'Wilfebn .. H. Benjamin & Co. ". H. B. Le T. Hubert J. H. Dunlop T. A. Johnson G. P. Barnes & Co. ' B. Aland Mrs. Millar Arthur Mon 2»t: f'ix Andrew Canning fYonels Grayson j Win. Green. ^ 1058 ; | r^r^ap^rrSsaB^^^^tiiv^" (TO. W MORRGWJTWENINU, November 8, at...

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The Mediterranean Squadron. CONSTANTINOPLE, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 November 1879

The Mediterranean Squadron. I CONSTANTINOPLE, November 2. I In consequence of orders received from home, the British Mediterranean squadron. "flnaer'Hio command of Admiral Hornby, is about to proceed to Vourln.

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