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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879

The Building Trade. WALLACE"& GIBSON CARPENTERS. BUILDERS, & GENERAL CONTRACTORS, GUY-STREET, WARWICK. 708 [A CARD.] W. GAISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, tc General Contractor, PKRCT-STREET, WARWICK, ? riUlBKR YAIID, for t)<e Supply of PIKE, X .CEDAR, and HARDWOOD, of all . lengths and dimensions, at lowest r»te«. 885 ? V [CARD.] | OarpenUr, Builder, and General Oon ; trabtor, , FITCROY akd Gct-btebktb, WARWICK. : ^ 686 [A CARD.] F. PAL~MERO, OaWnetanakw tad Upholsterer, Matrees I ,? and Paillasse maker, | (Next door to .'IftDermptt'a Railway Hotel), ' GUT-STREET, WARWICK. 'j '^N.iB.-Trioiner'e work of al) descriptions at t«»iWio promptly, at'moderatepricies. 89C , &~j7d^uluvanT .<F., MIX, fog s&. .O^ULttVAiSr may to. Ccnsnlted I X* -aat£« fas RESIDENCE, GOV Warwick; ' 065 1 teE ROYAL HOTEL, | PAUlCBIir-gTBBEr, Wabkicx, J; T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, j$$k VATE Sittibg KOOMS for FAMILIES. ;;; _1 /. ;A FIBST'CLASS TABLE. "VlWlifeB 0114 ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879

' HtiTXOB O* BBUOTAL. . ABQUS" u now printed In those n* eommodtona -"-* dlmtly op _ l dl orders , mjt lj*iiin<>steA to' be ABTHVB KOROAlf. ?eptembiirBT. toti '. "' "^o '8tftiiciib6rB and' Advertlners. ACPPU^TS for tiie Quarter ending V7 , September 8Q»*enow being delivered, and we woolii thank our friends for an Early IffiXT JjEMENT of same. The issue of the parf& m-wifekry'jbfts itWolvM Ue in heavy expenses, uui^nbAMl 'this appeal meet with [jLAlr Jesponie, y» jporposq shortly m^Vinfca ?till farther Attempt to'increase the fasefnl-1 *m°t ttefftper. ?? m AETHtJB MOEtSAN.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 November 1879

BIRTH.       MADDOCK.--At Warwick, on the 20th inst., Mrs. Rigby J. Maddock, of a son.                 DEATH.     PATTERSON.--At Warwick, on November 19, James, eldest son of Mr. Andrew Patterson, of Rosenthal, aged 31.

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An Important Experiment. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

An Important Experiment THE problem which Messrs. M'lt WBAITH M'EA.CHEBV and Co. are now attempting to solve in conjunction with a few of the leading people of Sydney, with respect to the transport of fresh meat to England, is a matter of much importance to this colony, for its suc cess must necessarily open up a new and flourishing branch of commerce in Australia. The promoters of this movement, eyen in the event of fail ure, will earn the thanks of everybody for their timely enterprise. America has for some time past exported im mense quantities of frozen meat of a coarse and inferior class to Great Bri tain, which nave been retailed by the butcher at frotn 7d. to8d. per lb. But we predict that in the event of a suc cessful conveyance of the carcasses now being deposited on the Strathleven, the excellence of Australian beef will bo found equal, if not superior, to that grown in England. After the failure of tho late Air. THOMAS MOET who attempted unsuc cessfully many years ago to ...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [RETER'S TELEGRAMS.] Australian securities firm. Further advance in Wool. London, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [BXUTEU'B TELtOBAMB.] Australian securities firm. Farther ad vance in Wool' London. Thursday night. The Australian securities are generally firm. Be* tallow ie quoted at 40a. and mutton 42a. Gd. Wool ; 32.000 bales have been ofered since the opening of the sales. The market con tinues firm, and there is an active demand for all descriptions, Bcoured being a half-penny higher. The attendance of foreign buyers con tinuce limited.

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Rust in Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

Bast in Wheat. AT a meeting of the Tasmania!) Agricul tural and PiEtoral Association held at La.ua ceston recently. Mr. Thomas Hogarth read paper on red rust, from which wo iuaka the following extracts from the Tainianina M-\il: -If we refer to the component parts of wheat straw, separated by analysis. we find silicates to be the ingredient which gives the hard, lustrous surface desired; and I think any means that can ba adopted to cause the grow ing plant to luaiuiilati" a full complement of this substance is something attained. Silica is by far the largest constituent part .f wheat straw, and is one of the inorganic or incombustible parts. The inorganic Hub. stances are all found in the ash of plants after burning; 10001b of wheat straw con tains, on an average, SOlb of ash, and of this 501b. OS per cant is silica. The quantity of ash left from wheat straw varies greatly, the extremes of 351b and 1651b to the 1000 having j been mat with, and I think this variation is strong presum...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Sydney (FEOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

Sydney (FEOM OUR OWN COBKENPONDHNT) November 23. Constable Bowen died at half-poat 4 o'clock this morning* after a restless night. The bueuranstere are expected to arrive at Sydney to-morrow morning. November 24 The Cricket match to-day was well atten ded. About 3000 persons being present. It waa expected the Victorians would win, but Qjring to the excellent; bowling of Spoffortb, Evans, and Tindall, the batsmen were un able to make any headway. The following are to-day'e scoresAllan b. Tindall, 29; Horan b. EmiB, 14; Tenant c. and b. Tin* dall, 2; Campbell b, Spofforth, 16; Boyle b Spofforth, 25; Alexander b. Spofforth, 0 ; Cooper c. and b. 8pofforth, 1 ; Palmer, not out, 6; Total, 117. New South Wales win by 32 runs.

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. The Court resumed at 10 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

?t . . j TpUDAT, NoTSMIB 18. Th/CAurt Womedai lOo'cldok. Panb DeriiMy, 1a forther Cross-examina tion, Mid tlie Bank of Mew South Wales held Thbfanmj tbeyware press,. his cr5p of Iwbeat; fabnie btlhe crop was in jured by Hood, and there ma rust in it j the crop wMgot iiiity Bheahan t witness had not , Hwnnliwil by Mr, Grams;'.' >Tbere tfdrtfattto the defen ^darrt, tke lakftrfcad bit oattle; whenhe said Moire thawaminlngoonrt at Warwick* jthat fcefMffbe^uuithecattle and hone for £40 about jfoaror five months from that time, he toMCMitjued, and did not remember dates. This tins plaintiffs esse. ? ? ? . Mr. Glaarc* Md that it was alleged in tbii case not only that the transactions in question were fraudTilent,'trat that the de fendant bad knowledge of that fact, and woe consequently privy to the fraad. He sub mit* ea that there was not a tittle of evidence showing inch knowledge; that the transfers were made in good faith and for valuable consideration given at the time;' that fader ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Arrests in Ireland. LONDON. November 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

Arrests In Ireland. LONDON. November 20. Great excitement has been created in Ire land in consquence of tbe amst of three persons-one, proprietor of a National news paper! Mayo; another, named Davitt.an ex* Fenian convict-, Dublin;and the third, a barrister named Killen, Dublin, political agitators. The excitement in Ireland is increasing in consequence of thess arrests. It is understood that warrants have been issued for the arrest of other prominent agitators, whose actions are calculated to foment disturbances in tbe country. Count SchouTaloffs Resignation LONDON, November 20. Count Schouvaloff has resigned, being dis gusted with the disclosures which have been made, showing the duplicity of Prince Gort scbafcoff.

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Trial of an Important Warwick Case (From the Courier) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

Trial of an Important Warwick Oaae ("Front th« Courier) Tn following cue arisilg ont of the Insolvency of Mr. Denia Devihey, «u com meneed at the Supreme CoUrt Brisbane on Monday before HU Honor the Chief Justice. At the proceeding* may prove interesting to the inhabitants of this district we append a foil report. In this caso the plaintiff, George Henry Vewraaa, official trustee in insolvency, sues u trustee in tbe estate of Denis Devaney, and the aotion is for a declaration that a transfer r, of certain cattle, a mortgage under tbe Beal 1 Property Act, dated May 27, 18T8, and a ' Referable lien given on the sane day, are fraudulent preferences, or fraudulent, under the Insolvency Act of 1874- , Mr. Griffith, Q.C, with «r. Miller, in structed by DaJyaiid' Helliear, appeared for the plaintiff: and Mr, Garrick, with Mr. Beor, instructed by Messrs. Thompson, Hazard, and Foxton, for tbe defendant. Mr. GRIFFITH having opened the oaisc, called William lembert Fowles, Registrar of the Sup...

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Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24. (Before the Polioe Magistrate, and William Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

Warwick Police Govt. TCESDAT, NOVXKBER 24. (Before the Polioe Magistrate, and William Thompson, Esq., J.P.) VAOHANCY.-Jeremiah tt'Oarthy whoee ac- { quaintunce with the dock has received notice before this at the hands of the Police, was sentenced to three months imprisonment at Tootroombx Gaol, with hard labor, as a vagrant. DRUNKENNESS.-One inebriate waafined, on his own pleading, in the suns of 10s. or with the option of 48 hours in the cells. ASBACLT.-John Danell, charged at the suit of John Deveney, with assault, and doing him bodily and grievous harm, was remanded to Thursday next for the production of evi dence.-Mr. O'Sullivan for complainant: Mr. Boyle, for the defence. Bail of £40 with two similar of 420 each was accepted. SOBCTISS or TSBPUCC.-Jama Prctvder; <u(, changed by Honorah Mulrooney, with using threatening language towards her, was ordered to keep the peace for a period of one month, himself in £5 and one surety in a like amount.-Mr. O'Sallivan supported...

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Shipping Intelligence. IMPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

Shipping Intelligence. IKTOXT*. ? 3£x AM*, from London t 1 cw vulcanised betM, «^on«, and jets j 1 case glyoerine Map, , r MM' electro-plated cruet standi and dish easeeieotro-plates epooni and forks, tabljaadipooket cutlery, Ac.; I cue tin tea pots, wfre dish coreT, oMb bores, lanterns powder flasks. Ac.; 1 case tallows, wrought iron kettles, T hinges, Itc. j 1 caak milk panB, wash baisins, &o.; 1 ease longcloths, 1 caw Oxford sheetings, to., 1 bale gray calicos, 1 case women's, white eotton hose, 1 cage men's, youths,' and boys brown cotton socks, 1 bale twine, 1 ua»i looking glasses, I ease glass l«ue purses bags, pocket I'OOkB. draught boards, pearl and ivory suite, color bore?, 4se., 1 case of dolls, 2 coses cutout' and oilier JMls, whips, and toys, 1 case ornaments, 1 case tumblers, X case sets tuffs and collars, trillings, artificial flowers, 4c., TCBLSS assorted laces, trimming ladies, belts, muslin work, tie., XS6 castings and packages ironwork for gas works. RubbcI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

The Building Trade. WALLACE-& GIBSON CARFENTBltS, BUILDERS, & General jCONTRACTORS, * 15 FOc*-ST«Eri, WARWICK. ? 768 f [A C'ARU. ] w. gaISFORD, Ceawnter, Builder, ft General Contractor, Perw-stbbkt, WABWICK. ;[CAPP.] ..,,.:*,:r^:JpOKLEy, ' lUitttater, Builder, abd General Oon . tractor, .?????' FlTikOT ',4*6 Ol'r-STRECTS, 'Wakwjck. . ?' . . ?">? $86 -.nid .? ' I I; I n ». [ajoaBD.1 : totreea ' j^r,((to/,M'detraott'i B^UwayHotel), ?i^.iiGCMtREBr, WarwilkI ? iJk-juJ j?»i. >. .« , : . N.B^einerii wwk. Af «11 ttewriptiona »t . u<tttOKiJtoC>»»!Bptt;, i$tBQderite prioes. 896 "may - fa C< waited 8TRFSIV W^npk. 665 . AWAli HOTEL, PiUtKRlN-STftBltT, WittWlclC. ' raOPBlETOR. I.' > .»r..J3 i.-a: .-? . .hHiegu.ttmin. ? 4.; f*iT«1rf IK: . !.U!''jl. '*0 .; !'' J.-ugS. ,:I<BTHBRIIMJ», v/i:'?i^ii9M)<KtAhD''>J9EOZSSIi^' v.:. ,M.Otort#r«Pilm«riii and Grmfto»«tretts. :!«?.! \ fii-.: J.". «!i]-|i-»-,'.i608o ? ii * ??. r-j.i >...

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The H[?]vick Argus. [PULISHED TWICW A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY, NOV. 25, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

[PUBLtflKKD TWICE A WEfcK.] WABWJOK* ^£90^^ fTOT. 2& 1879. THr$«i»fity»f<Jacal inmsju «t now, is almost unparalleled. The long list of jWnqlnding with tUft,i6i*aaf1,liave passed .away in quick succession, and we are left now in a dead$&!d,4fcitli lighter p6ckets. Water works li«ve been ? formally opened, and -- at the present time there is no move* Selefctalio^of .. «U£, r£adere. , Our contemporaries at a diShtice, appfear to havedropped in for the same q(liet times, judging by the latest prints from Toowoomha. At Xpamctt, liowever, <they bavo. been en livened by .a eton$;;of extraordinary violence, where large liail stones des ; cetided litre, grape shot, carrying every - thing fragile before it. We are told that wiudWs have been wrecked in direction, iahd that , glaziers will find plenty of . work for some time to come. This is all very well for their partioular trade, yet we are apprehen elve as to ho^r the vineyards ana crops bivewithstood s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. rpBX " WARWICK ABOUS" to now printed * And paUlAad 1a thou haw commodious BepNelnrer, im. AXTHUB HOBOUt, To SnKnriban and AdvertiMr*. OOB M30Qjrara for the Quarter ending BeptemMr #0 ire'now being delivered, ; AQdiwe. would ijhitnV our friend* for on Barly < SjprTLEUENT of same. The iuue of the piper bi-weekly bu involved tu in heanr , and, should thii appeal meet with qpse. purpoeoj shortly making a . _ , >r attempt to jqgfaase th* neeful 0^' Afflrat® MORGAN. )iWW<ll>«^. ?.?<?? ? ? " |I ;nett«d to oa]i special atten ilCfitwiteiwwmd tte flnrt instalment of hli - new iiHitlBTlMAfi.QOODSi just landed out of the '.Jjrea," The Two cues already un r lift.Attort nauflM Warwick, and only ".» ? ? ? Final Notice THE undersigned being about to leave th e distriet, begs hereby to give FINAL NOTICE, that unlets nil OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS aro paid to him or to his au thorised Agent. Mr. J. SELKE, on or beforo lit DECEMBER NKXT, they will be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

Important Notice. JAMES MOWEN, CI.TFTO^. HAVING determined to wind up his STORE BUSINESS, hit ENTIRE STOCK, OOMF^ISIKO Drapery Grocery Ironmongery 4cc., &o. Will be OFFERED VERY LOW TOE CASS, To Effect a Speedy Clearance. PERSONS INDEBTED to tbo above are requested to PAY in their Respective AC COUNTS with as littlo delay as pcuiblc. November 17th, 1879. 1093 Department ot Public Lands, Brisbane, 6th Norember 1879. ATTENTION is directed to the Proclama tion published in the Government Gaxttc of the 2nd inst., throwing open to re-iclcction at the Warwick Land Office, on and after the 27th inst., 6,200 acres in tho parishes of Cunningham and Emu Vale, at an upset price of His. per aero: maximum area, 320 acres. 1080 P. PERKINS. "VTXTANTED Housekeepers to try SANDE11 if SON'S BAKING POWDER and SANDERSON'S WASHING CRYSTAL. Sold l>y all Grocors, and Wholesale by F. B«iDtusoti, Kelvin Grovcmnd, Uriabql 971 Important Notice. j TO THE INHABITANTS OF AILORA, SPRING CREEK, TATXIAl....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 November 1879

RUSSELL WILKINS, TELEGRAPH STORES ! 1 THE feTOtK OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S STE-A.W HATS! Is acknowledged by all to be The Largest and Warwick / in CAXiL AND INSPECT! 'S HABYEST HATS ! 1 TttsflTfliot) -a:'' -"fn-!-1 .ft'.' «r:J DRAPERY !! iv Jt !t, ,7. EQUALLY GOOD VALUE. OF .*mwe£[ 00 St /')n.H7/M0 V.ij ...' !.?:??; 'L j WIRKINS, r> ."{ .XC !iT i:'V'.,:7'.-r,-V J.sul'ii-''/ It'v.ioi/ v,:.-.'! J-i , : ?Mil PoBt und Telegraph Offices, Warwick.) , ./juiljjll'-i ,l:''Oni I ? .in;.. II...? ' Hi-ul4utM - ..>/ <1 «".- . .--?-?ftH.-l i 1 li / 'I J v.<.iy«.I.i ,-i.M .../J A it;-i >')i jj-; tSni-r-j.-rm 'rrnp ff.^| for tiio Allora Christmas Shh, JAMVAET^bt, 1878. h;Jq "T^rra *'6 0 ojni Piute » " ' S S .,0 aD*inght_Horee, Eaoe entrance nod " Yj " ' " ® 2io::« 1 10 0 8 U O -7 IS 6 S 6 0 .'jl i O IP 6 0 .» DwwaJJ . 0 5 0 /A ;um;rj'i u<hu.'I i / i>i;i ,:-?f «8| W 6: iii; us^nfiWTj ':snr Or. . Maiden Plate, Hr. J&msi FitcgezsJd 12 .0 Beoond Mone...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879

F> Horses! Horses! jV>R SAIiB, ty i*uMic Aaotion, at the Corporation V'arda, OS THURSDAY, 4th DtcEMnKit; At 12 o'clock, About 30 HEAD PR AUGHT COLTS, FII - UHa sad MAI1ES. ' Aim, About '80 HEAD COITS «n<l FlfXIHS, lit for Saddle and I.iglit Hornce*. J. H. Bl I Si.OP has reoelvod inslriiotious - from ldr' ft. A. Hiiiherintftoii, of ISouahaw, toioffor'ibe above for positive sale. ? TpUBSpAjf.:-4lhtPflo|!m,.'«r. A.t.!2-ntol«elc. , 1137 Bfc. MwyB Church. fllHp O^ilfD UttAWINO ofpizja on the JL. Art pnlpn .principle in connection with ' ihd.jSiwwr, will fcttke.plncft^'SlS; EVENING *fuw> Torn ,HaUi:'fiukefe, Bnn:tihiUin« each, «utU0Vc(<«k. : e TbftiPi^inK FvjU tpfce. place unlit the superintendenc' of the following gentlemen: Hw ;3W<wrShfp the Mujor. Tha Hon. ?itoc iifliirffidi, .MCt it'. Taylor, Esq. . Jl.D., . JobB jM'Arthur. £w-: OliiueU, JohnC.Ryan, Esq.,..!. A. C'anny, Est(.' ? W. B. WOODS, . 1107 . Hon. Bee. . (..JSTottee. . . ji^pni |m'*)nK...

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Sydney (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) November [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879

' SfdlWT ? (rftov otrm own. eoswisimtoi) l' " Normber fiS. A ChemMfr utiiUnt at OinlHitn, fare Charles ManafleM, a clotbiar, ft mistaken dose of phytic to-day, constating of belladonna, and aconitc, iatleni at a Mtok 4r*a£ht. Man* field nnir lies in a pivaHoui HM£*. 1 . The premUM of Mooro and Company, pro. duos dsiitfs .. In (Pmiohi . wwt) vm totally dertroyad by flreifrh ffonilng.

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879

BjtUbue otrioifif o6BKM»t^in»m] ' , r ' November 28. A shooting affray haabeen reported to hare occuredat Amnu »n the 24th, in which two personi wore wounded, one fatally. There are nodetailirtfcand.

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