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Warwick Police Court. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Warwick Police Couifc. MONDAT, NOVEMBER 17. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRUNKENNESS.-JOTM Jontt pleaded guilty to this offence, and was fined 6B., or 24 nours in the cells. pisofcPK&LT CONDUCT.-The same prisoner was brought before (he Bench by Constable Byan charged with disorderly conduct in a public ptace yesterday evening, and was fined 5s., with the alternative of 48 hour» im prisonment.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rambling Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Rambling Comments. [Br CiPEu Fkt ] WHILE witnessing tVio trial of skill nnd patience exhibited in the struggle between our condescending Minister for Works and my fellow-townsmen, I woe tortured with surmises as to what might have been the gentle John's opinion of tho meek and un complaining manner in which we accepted his numerous dodges to make us uncomfoi tablo. There's no doubt about it, Mac.'s in genuity in devising Bchemes wherewith to worry UB was something grand to contem plate, and I almost regretted the truly sublime apathy end stolid indifference displayed by us, for this unmurmuring submission was enough to make the Northern lion throw up his hands and allow the battle to be decided in our favor. You see, he was ready and wil ling to hold out as long as he could fetch a solitary howl out of UB, hut such inane liBt lessness must have puzzled him somewhat. He was hardly prepared for lhat. Wo sent him two deputations, mildly requesting a share of the plunder. He snubbed the...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Warwick Industries. HAYES' AND CO.'S STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Warwick Industries. HATO' AND co.'a BTKAM MILLS. Un'Deh this beading we purpose occasionally giving our read&re a Brief account of some of the leading centres of industry in Warwick, and the district generally, believing that such no outline may prove of interest, and perljopB entertaining to our readers. These, in course time, will embrace descriptive sketches of tbe ,krKf Sheep stations in this locality, ns also the prolific Vineyards and Agricultural rune, which for richness and extent, may bo classed as second to none in tho colonies. Hayes' and Co.'s steam mills is not strictly an establishment where none are admitted " except on business," for we believe the leading nnd courteous proprietor, Mr. Hayes, at ail tiniOB willingly facilitates the wishes of people doBirnui of viewing his premises. We must express our obligations to Mr. Hayes, in not only granting us permission to inspect the arte and mysteries of milling machine^ collated in his huge building, noarthe railwa...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY, NOV. 18, 1879. THE Silvery Lining Appears. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Site Wmfclt JUpjs. [fubusbid TWICE A WEEK.] WABWICK, TUESDAY. NOV. 18, 1878. Tfc# OUykt Using Appean. ' W* hail with satisfaction the latest in telligence irith respect to the return of trade in the parent country. The bajppy news of a healthier state of thing* in commercial circles at home is ?of groat importance to the British colo nies, which, from their direct relation ship in commercial matters, partici pate . concurrently, either in the de pression, or prosperity which prevail in England. The dark cloud of had times which has hong over the iron and coal trades of Great Britain for the past fire yean appears to be swiftly disap pearing. Horses are being sent down into the mines, and puddling and blsot furnaces simultaneously relighted, whilst there are in every direction happy Indications of brighter days. 80 suddenly indeed has the wave of prosperity *et in, that there is already inclination to a rise in wages, and ?wo rsjoice to hear it, for the laborer is worthy of bis hire,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] November, 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Brisbane. [FBOM ODE OWN COBBEBPONDENT] November. 17. 1 In tho cose of SUeiffo v. Hunger ford ques tions of fact were submitted to tho jury to-day. who found in favor of the plaintiff. A motion to enter judgment upon findings nil' be heard on Friday. John Haslem pleaded guilty to sticking up I he Roma Coach last month, but sentence was reserved. The board appointed to examine the Mail tenders have recommended the acceptance of tenders for ten services now conducted by Cobb & Co , on the Western, Central, and .Northern divisions. But a considerable saving has been effected with respect to the Brisbane, Gjmpie, Cooktown, and Maytown coach services, these being the only ones discontinued.

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The Warwick Waterworks. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

The Warwick Waterworks THE formal opening of the water works a week ago, must not be accep ted as tbe " official" opening. This in teresting ceremony is yet in store for us, after everything in connexion with the Service has been pronounced in good worldng order. Mr. HIQHVIELD'B j C. E., who is now in Warwick will to day, we believe, make an elaborate trial of the mains in various parts of Warwick, when any ratepayer who may be dubious as to the force and effici ency of this supply, had better be on the guivive, when he will be thoroughly convinced upon the success of Mr. HIGHFIELDS scheme. After the trials of to-day, the official Engineer will communicate with Government, an nouncing the completion of the works, and be will then be authorised to fix a day for opening, in the presence of the Mayor and Corporation. The re presentatives of the ratepayers will, as a matter of courtesy, acccpt the invita tion to be present at the official open ing, but we may warn those in autho rity th...

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The Cesarewitch Invited to Vienna. VIENNA, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

The Cesarewitch Invited to Vienna VIENNA, November 14. The Cesarewitch is about to visit this city by express invitation.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S MESSAGES.] Admiral Hornby Ordered Eastwards. LONDON, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [RkOTEB'8 ME83A0K8.] Admiral Hornby Ordered Eastwards. LONDON. November 13. THE Government have ordered Admiral Hornby to procoedeastwards withhis squadron on the 10th instant.

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Sydney (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Sydney (FBOM OUB OWN COBRISPONDIBT.) November If. Messrs Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, report having sold 1318 boleB of wool to-day. The 1 Sricea were fully equal to the last sales. The emand was brisk tor free wool. Seven armed men have stuck up a Station and Hotel* five miles from Wagga. Four ; policemen went out in pursuit of the fellows and vera worsted by the bushrangers and compelled to retreat losing both horses and A strong party ha a been sent to Gundagai in pursuit of the robbers.

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Self-Reliance. (United States Economist.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Bslf-Eellance. (OniM Btalu Etonomiit.) ..TaKBllino one dement in a man's character that contributes more to bis snccesB in life than eopfideoce or self-reliance in hie own abBity.. i iaint-liearted man is unstable, and will never excel. Faith in the endeavour to will and toexecute ia as important in asucoess ful basinets career a» is the keystone to the .roll. .. A.B{*4P<>**eajwd of a bold, daring, and Mil majr le modest in revealing hU po^tW/Mt wIll be determined jin performing what 1m conceives to be Tight To men with tbu'nfeTO;dyihg faith'there is no sucn word as drfeaL when obstacles present themselves ihtttjr'pathltpnly remits in their patting forth siareater effort fcp accomplish their pur poso, Toil; trial, disaster, gloom, and danger may eavlran and thr^aten, tooverthrow the most cbtmbfed plans, yet: over had above all UliflrmnOM Rii heroic jion) will 'triumph and win!fatne and h'ononr, The discouragements that Wbdld retard the irresolute only discover the m*k ...

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Further Difficulties at the Cape. LONDON, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Further Difficulties at the Gape. i LONDON* November 13. AdviccB from tho Cape of Good Hope state that the difficulties with the Boers are assum ing a serious aspect. The Boere of Middleburg are forming them selves into a league, and express their deter mination to resist the trial of offenders refusing to pay taxes.

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Gympie. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Oympie [FBOM OUS OWN COBBBBPOHDBNT,} November 17. Ono bandred and eight tons of atone fr°m the No. 6 South Lady Mary reef hero, havc yielded 1817 ounces of gold. Johnny Campbell the aboriginal stuck up at out station at Durundar last week, ana toot away a double barrelled gun and nine teen shillings.

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Spread of Civilisation. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Spread of Civilisation. . A story of tho method in which civilisation is gradually spreading upon the wealthy .avagesoftne pastoral dial nets cornea tome from the westward. A squatter, having made his fortune, determined to give up celibacy and eating with his knife, ana to take to silver forks' ana matrimony. He went into thcr marriage market and soon picked up a hand some girl of poor but experienced parents. A handsomo mansion was erected upon a pic turesque part of the run, and furnished in the latest style of hideousneB8 at unregarded cost. The day was fixed for the wedding, whoa the lady, who had her own views as to the rights of a femme tote, ran away with the husband of her choice. The disconsolate bridecroom did not" mount a feet steed and follow, not ho ; he went straight back to the old station hut where he had maiio the mofioy. took off his JlclboiirTio clothes, j»ot into moleskins and shirt, ordered in five cases of Ucnuesny's battleaxe brand and a hundred dozen of Row ...

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Resumption of Hostilities. LONDON, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Resumption of Hostilities LONDON, November 13. Moroei refusing to submit to the British, hostilities have been resumed.

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Shipping Intelligence. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Shipping Intelligence. IMPORTS. Kx Aim, from London : 1 cane vulcanised how, union*, and jeta; 1 case glycerine soap, 1 MM electro-pUtod cruet stands and dish eovii%-} eats eleotro-plata spoons and forke, table and packet cutlery, tx. ; 1 cue (in teapota, wite dlih coveea, oath boxes, lanterns powder flasks, to. ; X case bollowa, wrought iron kettles, T hinges, to. ; 1 caak milk pans, wash luiaint, Ac. ; 1 caas longclothe, 1 case Oxford ahcetings, Ac., 1 bale grey calioos, 1 caw women's, white oolton hose. 1 oaae men a, yonths', and boys brown cotton HOC Irs, ] bale twine, I oaae looking glsaaes, 1 cue glaaa jugs and oat deoantera, 1 oaae puraea bags, pocket book', itraaght boards, pearl and ivory suits, color boxes, to., 1 oaae of dol'f, 2casea cricket and other bulla, whips, and toys, I case ornament*, 1 caak tumblers, 1 case aeta cuffs and collars, fallings, artificial flower*, &c., 1 oaae assorted laces, trimming, ladies' belts, ID sal In work, to., 136 coatings and pack...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

The Building-Trade. WALLACE"& G-IBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDEES, & GENERAL CONTRACTORS, GUY-STREET, WARWICK. 768 [A CABD.] w. gaTSFORD, Carpenter, Builder, fit General Contractor, PEHCY-btbbbt, WARWICK. f fllMBEU YARD, for the Supply oi PINE, JL CEDAR, and HARDWOOD, of all lengths and dimensions, at lowest rates. 885 [CABD.] W. G. "CONLEY, Carpenter, Builder, and General Con tractor, Fitibov akd Grr-srsi£is, WARWICK. [aoabd.] F. PALMERO, OaMnet-maker and Upholsterer, Matrass and Palliasse Maker, (Next door to U'Dermott'a Railway Hotel), GUT-btekbt, WARWICK. N.Bt-Joiner'* work of all descriptions at to promptly, at modftrate prioes. 896 ~m7_JT~0<SULLIV'AN, ' M.D..M-CH.&C. TkB. 0*8ULLIVAN may bo Ccnsulted JJ daily at hie RESIDENCE, GUlf. CTq^.Wamiok. 666 THE ROYAL HOTEL, - PAUOBre-STBER, WARWICK. J, T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, pRIVATE SitlingHOOMS for FAMILIES. A FIR8T-CLAB8 TABLE. B«9£ Winta axid Spirits only kept. 'GOOD Stabubo. J.. T. IETHB^JDGE, EOYAL ...

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Commercial. A[?] Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

OommereUl' Monday Evening. JBBIIBAIO.-10 tb* prodnoe market (raja Batnrday'a Courier) boitneea has been no derate. Shin ahowa a alight improvement, Imported oniona are acaroe, and the local crop 2a expected directly. Wholesale dealers ?apply the foUotriag quotations i-Maize, 2s. toja.ld.;osteBhaya £4 10.,luoerne, 42 lOe. to M t lucerne chaff, MtaJU-, mixed chaff, it 10 to 44} bran, 47 16a. to 48 ; pollard, 46 to 47; feed oata, 8». to 8. Sd.; potatoes, 44. to £6 10a.j oniona, 4M; fresh batter, 6d. to 74.| «fg»,«d. to 6d-j baoon, 6d, to 7d.; hum, 10a. to la.; English hams, 16d., (or |MMWj oheew, colonial, 8d, imported ed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

FLOBILTKB !-FOB TBETH AND BBEATH,-A few drops of liquid "FloTillae" sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a- pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses tlie teeth from all parasites or impurities. hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives the teeth apeouliar pearly-white ness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from de cayed teeth or tobacco smoke. 44 The Fragrant Floriline," being oompoied in part of Honey and nwect herbs, is deliolous to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2s Gd, of all Chemists and Perfumers. Prepared by Henry G. Gallup, 493 Oxford-street. London. THROAT AFFECTIONS Ann HOARSENESS.-All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarse ness will be agreeably surprised at the almost im mediate relief afforded by the use of M Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous " lozenges" are now sold by most respectable chemists in tills country at Is l£d per box. People troubled with a " ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 November 1879

Nona ajnawvu. - HtyMd to be amnimaw. *o Haaftn Hi Adrattan. OTO AOOODNT8 (or the Quarter ending SepUmWr 80 an now being delivered, nadwe wooU thuik oar friends for an Early 8ETTLKMKNT of same. The issue of the paper W-ireeklj bag inrolred us in heavy ' WWMW, and, should this appeal meet with . {UrMiMQae, we purpose shortly making a ?till further attempt to increase the useful ness of the paper. . ABTHTO MOEGAN. A GOOD article trill always commend itself without any puff. This is shewn in the de-1 maud for Thompson's Furniture, which will i bo found what it is represented to he i first- ' close material, excellent workmanship, and at the lowest prices possible for legitimate trade. Inspection solicited. Furnituro Warehouse, next Mr. Aland's Palmcrin Street. ? [Advt.J 8AHTI.es or WHKAT.-Wo have received somo fine specimens of clean wheat from Mr. M'Sporran, of Glengallan, who hai 42 acres for reaping. Some of the rust stricken patches at julora, we are glad to find, will give a good p...

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The Allora Lands. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879

The Ailora Lanfis [FBOX DUE OWN COBaKGrONDBNF] SrocE tbe Land Court hero, several addi tional applications for 40 and 80 acrc lots at £& ttia acre have been lodged with the Acting Land Agent bore and I aril snrethat had the price fixed been a little more reasonable, and Biiltedto the depressed state of the uioney market every lot would have been selected on' tbe Erst day by Agriculturists willing to reside upon, and,cultivate them. There will be a fair lot of wheat In AUora and reaping will commence, generally, in a few'days. 10. i i * * ' ' * Found dbowmed.-On Wednesday tho body of a man whpse name is unknown, was tatenfrom tbe* Condamine. It was in an advanced state of decomposition and an order was giren for its immediate interment.. Deceased had a greyish beard, and wns wear ing light trousers and waiscoat,' and elastic side boots, ;but i)o.'document wus found about him to suggest his identity. THE LATE MB. Jaatcs Patebson*.-We have to record the death of Mr. James Put t...

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