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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
WcDNEfcDAY, NOVKMBKU 10. (Before the l\»liec Mugi'titrate.) ruonjBlTl0K.-~An application for prohthi lion under the Publicans Act re. Pet-ur Con ricll sen. was made by John Connell "bis eon ' who testified to the heavy course of drinking which his father hod indulged in for many days. He wasdrinkinif to tha detriment of hid health, and to the danger of his household I property. The prohibition was granted for twelve months FORGKBY.-John Thompson on rcuiand wag charged with foiling the tirt rnc* of Mr. Mueon of Headington Hill to a elicque for the sum of JC5 Us. Gd. The particulaifi ofthisehar^o have already appeared iu these cc lumus and the following additional evidence was given at Wednesday's hearing. Thomas Judge the Sub-Inspector of Police produced the cheque handed to him hy Mr. \v. D. WiUon of the finu of Brown k WUhou.-Mr. W, P. Wilson, member of the firm of Brown and Wilson, identified the chequo, andpvovedreceiviiigand cashing same for prisoner.- Robert Saunders, publican,...
Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. (Before the Police Magistrate, and William Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER IS. (Before the Police Majjiatnifp, and Wtiiiam Thompson, Esq., J.P.) LAKCKNY.-Two lads named Radford mid Jent% wore brought, up clmr^t'd with the larceny of two £& noteB tbc property of a Oerumn nujuvd Jacob Knetcn^r. Graham, proved the arrest of the prisoners upon information received, and iCastenur swor« to having lost the notes on Saturday night. Mr. -Hudson of the Queens hotel proved cashing ODD of tho notoR for tbo pri soner IJiidforJ. urni Mr. Johneori, dinpar, proved the.cashing of u.£&notc ]>y. the same prihoncr, but he could not RWtuir to the note. The prisoners were committed for trial.
Sydney (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) The Intercolonial Cricket Match. SYDNEY, November 21 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
Bvdnev (FBOU OUR OWN COUKERFOHDEHT') The Intercolonial Cricket Match. STDNET, Novombcr 21 The leather is beautiful fine, and the ' wickets arc in good order, but tho attend ance is poor. Gregory (captain) won tho toss and decided to go to the wickets. Murdoch c. and b. Boyne, 21; C. liunneruian c. Cooper ii. Alexander, SO; A. Bannermanc. Cooper b. ; Alexander, 62; Evans at. Hlackhain. b. Cooper, 8} Thompson I b.w., b. Allitr, 25 ; Spofforth b. Palmer, 1; MnRsic b. Palmer, 13; Garrett c. Oauipbpll b. Hoylc, 17; Gre irory. c MuoDonald b. Palmer, 0; Tiudull b. Boyle, 4; Gregory (not out) 19 ; tohit, 201. Victorian first innings. Slitfh c. MaRwie b. Spofforth, 16; Honin c. Mosaic b. Tindall, 13; Allan (not out) 41; total when stumps >verc drawn 7y.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
WOUJJ) WtY . : '.r: .tob, .£ tiREAT AMER1CANICE CREAM &lt; > SODA DRINKS I OBTAIN KD ONLY AT . TIIX . MARBLE FOUNTAIN ! Fltiroj>htrcct. The Most 1)c1Moub of &lt;tll Sinn m fi' DHtitiS! ' . ICECREAMS!! , IOED DEINKS!! IOEI IOE! ICE Every Farmer daring Harvesting should have ] . Keg of CELEBRATED Pine Apple or Apple Cider 11 , Cheapest and Most Refreshing of Brinks. . For Private Families this js Ijighly Be-. I .qomm^nded, Leing. p, . .' . ^ ' - Blort Wbolesome J^^eniKc J (Jl'.W yy: «.!:>! V .. i tUl4 I.J'i Wit;'* 1-Irjii bt*.'Sl ; : -.!dl;T !!?..!! I ??...l.'A 'II Y.1:'S l li JlKMKMBEn^ At ; &lt; "1 F&lt;T«« OflfI»6TB®KiryiW'A'E!W ICK. j riMliliK ?M.T'JiUt -s MSr«al,btMit> :i!~ ' .v.H, ilnjnK . SflH io.1/7 I j / '.,a ; " sisflH fc-jilioD .?.i.a'.'t. -vftaritl j.r« («.&lt; f. 1023 sltjiomoJ iii jjl/- i.. ? ^trdtL'moo^er, rJMH «n, WAWWIOKL'V' ?? t r"f II I-omijutio-, o*T -?.»*-?? -'.?.' I 4 '&lt;> ^UnJMtttS' IKONMOKGEBV of ...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, NOV. 22, 1879. The M[?] for Works. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
ilfwr / !mi> iii ^.lilno. i; '»? j TWIOB WEEK.] WABWiSfc, SA^TODiT, NOV. 22, 1879. for Works ?j* we li^SSqj^rSn details at hand, i fdlr riJAttfir tpwn. ithe leading inhabitants ofMaT SJiSUgff looked .oeltharf htau/ J.-MjACB088iN> as public Pr&lt;)P?4AJP4>8t,?#«|t.way tteJ dePu .. tationisea liim witnout mere v. Thp i ,fi%i/ioty>tfl'cbidru>f'tbbt townyjon a cer 53£,am. wet and diBemrouiiimlMni 01 local import WtMte,,'*jwhU«t ...(nrtepfl.yerB were yet wrapt in unconscious somnolence, and ^ excepting brief intervals tor refresh? j ments, thb'MdbiSbtable Mr. MacepsI '' yii/'ptfrsiied1 '4j|a @&ffifciifl > engagements J until jongT pastTwidnight. It strikes aiit6»j'y)fir&lt;eoergy and application-will never prove the beeet tin89SEi^^Jin^ri1f,1,0l daring the . , vul stick tp bis post, for nine . . teen jsiiccaaaWe hours giittif the twenty four. What a conspicuous part M&lt;". Ma.c|wsb^N(P raTe phvaical powers wouldenable/him to,play in "sto...
England and Turkey. LONDON, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
England and Turkey. . LONDON, November 17 At an interview which took place on the 13th instant between the Sultan and the English Ambassador, Mr. Lnyard, the former stated jUjathjs authority would be woakened if he appeared to act at tTifc dictation of Eng land with' recArd to tht refoi'mB demanded in Europe and Asia. ; . Th j English Government have now counter manded the Orders given to Admiral Horniiy to proceed eastwards. ,. The Sultan has.accepted the responsibility, for himself and-Ministers. rif carrying out the .reforms. demanded according to jthe scheme submitted to him, and the execution of which reforme will lie proceeded with immediately
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
WAhTED, Two Female SERVANTS; one n ust be able to conic well, snd (fas other must be Accustomed to children. Apply, Tkleobafh Stokrh. IiIO To Carriers. 'pENDKRS invited for CARRIAGE «f X WOOL from Talgai to Clifton; most be two Tettoa. HOP Tenders. TENDERSareinvitxd for the ERECTION of a WOODEN COTTAGE in Grafton street. Tcnden will be received up to (bo J2lh DECEMBER. Plaus nml Specifications to be seen At the residence of the undersigned. ROBERT GIUYSON, I JOS I-yon-Btrcut, Warwick. To Splitters, TENDERS will be received up to tbe 2nd July, for PERSON'S willing to Supply 2,000 to 3,000 good ItAHVWUUl), postf 0 feet C inches long, for wire fencing, to be delivered *t Jieudon, subject to approval of tbe unoerrigned. KENNEDY BROS., Allora, November 19th, 1879. llOi Final Notice. THE undersigned being about to leave the district, begs beieby to give FINAL NOTICE, that unlet* nil OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS are paid to bint or to his au thorised Agent, Mr. J. SELKE, on or before let DECEMBER ...
The Three Millions Loan. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
The Three Millions Loan Ws promised soiue tiifoo ago to re vert to tho quostiou of the proposed three millions loan, and tho prospects of its being floated '. advantageously. Many of the shortcomitags which pre sented themselves « few trtoullis sincc have been dissipated, aud one backward feature in connection with the colony, which might possibly have been mis construed at tho time of its Btoppage, has now been removed by an active and judicious system of emigration from Great Britain and Germany. There nW3 too, accidental' circumstances just now, which must necessarily tell favorably iu connection with Queensland and not tho least amongst tneso is the supreme position she occupies at the Sydney International Exhibition. Simul taneously with the publication of des criplivo accounts iu the British press, of the prolific and varied nature of Queenslands productions as reflected at the worlds Show in the southern hemisphere, we are in a position to add that letters have been forwarded...
Alleged Cruelty at the Randwick Asylum. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
Alleged Cruelty at, the Bandwick .. Asylum. WE find Jthat pa eaguiry was held recently at Eandwick before a duly empowered sub committee, for the Jiurpoaa of investigating certain charges of ill-treatment inflicted on sopie of the destitute children sent to tt)is establishment. The details of tha evidence given at J&mdwick suggested the moist severe discipline, vrith respect to the corporal puauh bienfc inflicted 'tin boys and girls. We append the- evidence of the me'dical gentlsman who diiiy-be accepted as an Impartial witness: l)r. Nott. medical officer to, .the, institution, ?dtat'eif ttiit Wi.hid'teen'miws offerers pun ishment onthoihlldren when inspecting them; one boy, Thomas, had been punished vpiy. severely, and too much for bo young a boy; he made a note in bis last months' report to the effect that the children boro marks of sjvere punishment; he was iu the habit of tjxamimag the.fchildreii oncoa week, and all the children, except . the girls, ,w,ei»vf tripped nake...
Russian Movements. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
) Jfassian Jto^imenta. COMING events cast tlioir shadows before them, «nd we find .manifold signs to .nTouse uneasiness, on account of tbe increasing jealousy and hatred of Russia, towards England. Her official Oaxette 'haM for some' time past openly discussed in the most unrestrained' tone, the advisability of bringing England to acoount as to her exclusive title for authority in Afghanistan. This discussion has been carried on, whilst ominous preparations for a huge warlike expedition are being rapidly developed. Rumors, upon trustworthy authority have lately been circulated as to the destination of jmmenBo Russian armies, only to be .followed by a counter rumor, ombracing indefinite assurances of peace. But we have only to : look back to her last campaigp to identify the character of the Russian Court asbeingobe of the greatest diplomatic liars on earth. The appellation is a strong one; but this is a matter which calls for plain language. Tlio treaty to which she solemnly' pledge...
Explanation of the Divisional Boards Act. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
Explanation of the Divisional Boards Act (From the Courier.} We liave to acknowledge the receipt"from tlio hot), the Colonial iiJCiotiry or nn '*dv.inco copy of a pamphlet under tho above title, issued by tho Government, aud publahed with Iho view of giving thu people of the oniony a proper idea of the minmr in wJuch the sysiern ou^ht to 1>q worked, lb ia written in a pur. fcctly simple and intelligible stylo, and ought tosoive the purpose for which it idsue l admir ably. It bo^ius with un introluution in which tho purpose of the Act ia shortly sot forth, and the reason given for thj ncti »n of tho &lt;>ovovumont in proclaiming boundaries ; the position gf main road* under thd Act ia also -explaiued. This is followed by an admirably lucid explanation of all th&lt;* main fovurcs of the now law. [turn by item ui:\ provision of the .Act is explained, And praotica! advice is given concerning tho method of putting it in operation. It is impossible to speak in too hi...
Terrible and Fatal Affray with Bushrangers in New South Wales. GALLANT CONDUCT OF THE TROOPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
Terrible and Fatal Affray with Bush rangers in New South Wales. &lt;4AZL&ST CONDUCT OV THE TROOPERS. In our Tuesday's issue we gave a telegram, which intimated that a most during attack hud been made by bushrangers who "stuck up" Messrs. Want & Badgorys station and hotel, about five miles from Wogga Wagga. Further iutt?IIigonco now to hind gives details of tho doiugs of a lawless parly of villains near Gtind ig.ti, hu«l>d by Ciplain Moonlight of Victorian notoriety. The? Eger ton Bank robber had nut long since boon re leased from the P»ntridge stockade, and his identity was not. only established hy persons who could swear too liim, from his peculiar facial expression, but amongst the contents of his ewag were copies of his lecture on the horrors of that gaol. As soon as itn alarm was given at Gundagai of the presence and doings of these Moonlight desperadoes, a party nf picked police were at once despatched to the scene under the command of one Beveridge, ...
Shipping Intelligence. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879
Shipping Intelligence. Jfc. IltrOEXfl. froa) London rl cut vulcanised h^/aifanis and jbts i 1' case glycerine soap, ro-plated erOct stands and dish MHwi^ oaseelaptro-plates spoons and forks, ^UMp^>o^«j[putlei7»&lt;&C' i I ewe tin tea poa^riwaieh'tiOTera, cash boxes, Tantern » powder flasks, Ac.; I case tallows, wrought iron kettloB, T hinges, 4c.; 1 cask Jnilk pans, wash baiBiiiH, &c.; I case longclotbs, 1 case Oxford sheetings, &c., 1 bale grey calicoB, 1 case women's, white cotton hose, 1 cose men's, youths,' and boys brown cotton socks, 1 bale twine, 1 case looking glasses, I case class jtilTSond cut decanters, 1 case purses bags, ^packcH'Ooks, draught boards, ppiivl and ivory suite, color cores, &o.I 1 case of dolls,~2 cases orcket and other balls, whips, and toys, 1 case yfrhjH, j I hwbbi's, 1 case seta tuffs 'land collars',' mliifags, artificial flowars,Ac., 1 case nssorted laceB, trimming ladies, beltsi HMffiirwork, trr., 136 wstiiiK...