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Warwick Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
Warwick Land Opart. Tot usual Monthly Land Court *u held before Mr. Commissioner Hatne on Taesdsy last, when the following -aitoUaitlbns were disposed of: &lt;~>Tlift:iAt oonsuTionumxcsiMn. - Francie EiUswMt^Jtllon, Portion 16 knd 17.-Accepted Francis K»tM, 45 acres, ABori, tiObki 6. Accepted J. A.JDo^y, M yaw, ^pfcKoo >4 and Michael IwhMt, 88 Mree, Atwods.'-Si-derchoe, AUora, Portion 60and&lt;61.-Aootyted Thot. A. Bennett, 40 seres, Allocs. PortSoa M. -Aooepted 1 '' ! Geo Munro, SO seres, Allora, "68 sfad 69. Accepted ; Jas. Wilson, 4Daeietf SrooBoiAShMU'Rottion 69.-Aoseptod . i' .i--a A. Bickett, senr.40 acres,'Allom,PartioB 11. Acoepted Dan. NeyUn, 80 aete*. Alhrta.'Poftttn 16 and 17.-Selected . - Patk. Muloatay, 80 sores, Allor*, Portion 89 end 41.-Accepted ?. cepted t\' j John A. B&lt;>nk«, 160 sorts, Goomburra. Accepted . r John Carey, 160 acres. KilHrnfey.-Accepted J. Matbenon, 80 sores Spripg Crepk.-Post poned. ? : » ' ?* The following CerWfl...
Ths Christmas Races at Allora. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
Ths (Hiri«tnur5sces*t Alton. A Minna waafceld at Mr.P, .jC&nltoh's Criterion Hotel, on Saturday evening (th« 22nd.) to arrange for the qartyiiir pot Vol the Chrlntmu Bifees. It wm prepowd that Mr. Bolton take the -chair, which WM duly seconded and carried. Mr. Akdiuox said he should like to aesthe Balance aheet u amined, and audited. "Habere *u . deficiency in the fund*, to me?t the demand* i he had paid 17*. 64-i.rf Ms j>.wn. njonev, over the amount collected,, which the Bauinue sheet would ahibw.' He Uao received, Hessrs. Cowton and Ir«rfc»'s bm.for. IBs, tntliad not yet reoeived Mr.' Morgsji's aioooaht. J In Jus tice to all concerned,-!^ would move, that Heasra. Bolton ana Kt»jemta, be appointed he had paMT _ overt but the advertisement ahould be arranged, before they entered upon ^ the races for ,1880. faiwutw .tewanJe «* th® cSSs? maaBaces; 'and he -would 'attire -'thai Hr. Fitzgerald be appointed judge. Hr. Fits eeraid said, that the Bajanoe sheetJttd no thing t* to...
Split in the Russian Camp. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
Split In the Bnuiam Ounp. " Hokest" Cooirr SCHOTVALOFF is desirous that the World should con sider him, like Cjebab'S wife -above suspicion. The telegram which recently appeared announcing " the resignation of COUNT SCHOUVALOFF, on account of his disgust, At the disclosures which had been made, showing the duplicity of PBINCK GOBTSHAKOFF" must have excited derisive laughter in London, where the drawincLroom Count, is well known for his owlrcunnmg, and dupli city. If there ho any real foundation for the statement, it forcible reminds us of the oft cited lines. " When the deril grev stele, The devil a saint would bit" A. more consummate master of duplicity, never represented the Bussian Court at St. James*. He was equal in tbu res pect, if not superior, to old GOBTY him self, whose double dealing appears to have so disgusted him. True, in the exercise of Muscovite instincts, COORT ScHOUTAXiOrf's advent in London, five years ago, was marked by the most unblushing falsehood. Questioned ...
Failure of the Allora Wheat Crops. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
Failure of the Allora Wheat Crops A VERT deplorable account is received from Allora as to a atraoge freak in the wheat crops at that usually prolific locality. A week since we rocjived f am our AUora correspondent-a gentleman who takes a lively interest in the crops there-over a score of samples of wheat from the fields of local growers. We had prepared a criticism upon these specimens for last Tuesdays issue of the Argtu, but our remarks were crowded out, in consequence of an I unusual pressure on space through : advertisements. Its non insertion bus . happily saved us from a premature announcement, of the true condition of things, for tbe speculations then in dulged in by our correspondent and the farmers generally, have now been ruthlessly dissipated, by a sudden and rapid degeneration of the grain, judg. ing by a second letter from Allora, which reached us on Wednesday even ing. Our correspondent says-" I very much regret to inform vou that the fields from which samples of wheat...
The Battle of Ulundi. (FROM AN EYE WITNESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
Th« Battl* of Ulundl. (VHOM AH STI W1TBIE8.) Wb are indebted to ft gentleman in the ! neighborhood of Wnrwick for ^ placing ftt . our disposal the following graphic account of the battle of Ulundi. just received from an Officer serving wtyb the Volunteers in Zulu land. Referring to tbe battle tbo writer say*: " We wore camped about seven miles, ai the crow flies. froui TJlundi, the day wnsfairly ad vanced, the last ray# of the reddening Bun were yet lingering on tho horison illuminate ing with glowing splendour the vast tracts of forest and bill and plain that lay stretched out before us. It was h peculiarly solemn sunset to me, and many thoughts erowded through toy mind as I sat watching the great orb of day sink into the golden West. Darkness soon succeeds the worn-out day, and the pale moon, a silver crescent, sheds a gloomy and melancholy light over the scene. The pic ture would have suited the marvellous pencil of a Turner The noise and excitement or the day had given pi-ice to...
Glimpses of Reason. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
Qllmpaw of Rouon. [it JOHIt TH1 PLOCHKMAK 1 I suppose its >11 right about that " cloud with the silvery lining" that yeu " news paper editor men" are bringing before us in every issue, and I'm satisfied to accept it all ss Gospel truth, but I never noticed it. I certainly did see tho "cloud," but I regret to acknowledge that I can't for the life of me see that " silvery lining" ally way. This may arise from defective visionary powers, (had the blight in 'OS, and used sulpaate of sine) or tho " silvery lining" ' may, like most eclipses, be irvisible in some portions of the globe, or it may-but why try to solve these bidden mysteries-the honest truth is, that since my dipartur* from the Asylum I have been confoundedly hard upa and until the " sun of prosperity" shines forth on my wordly prospects. I will be mast happy to strike a bargain with you to write up any little items that may come under my notice while rambling about through the streets of your picturesque City. Not being t...
Gladstone at Edinbugrh. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
OlAditone at Edlnbngrh. Lea don. TUSMAT. The peoples "William" addressed an im mense assembly of persons at ~£dinbargh today. Mr. Gladstone in his speech pointed out the necessity of replacing, the present Government, ana reversing the majority in the House of Commons, by a commanding accession of Liberals. He contended that the present Government was mainly responsible for the home and foreign policy of England, | which he denoanoed in trenchant terms*
The New South Wales Bushrangers [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
The New South Walei Etuhrangers Wa are indebted to our Sydney contem poraries for tbo following intareatinififnrtiea Isra cono-timing 8cott alai. " Moonlight'' the Bushranger, and the unfortunate i^onsfcbld Bowon : - CONSTABLE BOWEN. Boferring to thi aff.-.iy with tha Wanta badgery bushrangers tbo Duly Telegraph writes of Constable Bowen. who died from tho effocte of tha pittol «hot firel by Scott alias " Moonlight'' " It it not this first I time by several that Constable Bowen has been under fire. When eUtionud at B .-nde mere, a small township in the New England district, between Tamworth and Armidale, ho had an encounter with a bushranger and shot him. The aSair took place on the 14th July, 1877. and may be briefiy related. A man nam^d Crawley, well armed, called at Avery's Hotel, and demanded something to cat and drink, and money. He went Into Mrs. AT cry'b bedroom, rifled her chest of drawers, and commenced firing off his re volver and terrifying everyone in tbo hotel. Mrs. Ave...
Commercial. ARGUS office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
OMUMKUI. I &B09I oAQt, . Friday . Hmu. Cuovau CO, cf VauouniA. uport aa fulloiri i-Wool-W» hit* no rhABM to not* in fib market. Otod frse ^VMMtiwHlio pmo. bat Sfonoiv>'aeM7 and'jow Crjnbreas Are not readily disposed at. Our (ale of A* 17th inet. «t>«cteda largo attmdano* o# bujrtr*, to whom was submitted a eatadegne of 1,110 bain* and wt disposed of all ezoept about 140 bain. Qrsaay Ueriao brought tram 6d. to l£|d.. tlia latter prise being obtained for 128 boles ol Dr. WiUtaniaon'a " Docatncron" Clip. We alao sold 81 balai of Massm. Contts llroa. " 8ali«burj" Wool at 0|d.( and the balance of the UoombcrgMa" Clip at lljd. riooos Wool sold up to SO}-, at which price we eold 46 talis of Mr. Oilman's " HittagonK" ' Wool t no 8ouured Wools nf any importance woro eold.-Flour from £13 10. toiBli 15a.; mntae 2s. lid. to 8s.
The Warwick Argus [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, NOV. 29, 1879. The Railway and Loan Policy of Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
flic SWanricfe JUgus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WABWTCK. SATCEDAY, NOV. 29, 1879. The Railway and Loan Policy of Qneeiuduid. tijle of a pamphlet from I the pe« of tbe wall-known Mr. Wm. us a lew days »go. -That gentleman, it will 1>6MnejribfApe^waa the author of two similar editjoasjin 1870, descanting on tbe pbBey of the time*. The brochure . flO»bWf«i. ttl» question in tueir^fRMOt aapect, which were debited in separate issues ten yean ago, one of whioh waa devoted to a ^Useqwjtm of the " Financial history of Quegferitllfl," end the other to tbe "&lt; Raihtay hlfctoty' of Queensland." jrhe narpphlgtJbefore us ran* to 28 pagft of~mM$rir, and ita get upTeleots credit ' on thc*tfrinters. The author affirms at '-tiM'Outsit that the vflbtisotive feature* of the panic of 1866, aa regard* clibW, |tti teuse», or duration, were marked-1U their' dissimilarity, _ from statistics, to :bMqw that so far as tbe 3 ' ttufoi retumi was oon . earned, thfcre 'Won &lt; nothing in the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
IfOTZOZ or EBIOTAL. I rnHE " WARWICK ABQU3' Is now printed x published laflitNM* commodious premises In Palmerln«tr**t, dlreotly op posite tha To am Kali, trfcare all orders and oommnnlaattau an rsquosted to ba ?oat in future. ABACS KOBCMUf. September B7, 1MB. | To Subscribers and Advertisers. OUR.ACCOUNTS for the Qunrter ending September 80 are now being delivered, Mid we would think our friends for an Early SETTLEMENT of same. Thr issue of the jiaper bi-weekly baa involved us in heavy expenses. and. should this appeal m&lt;>et with a fur response, wo purpose Bhortly mating a still further attempt to increase; the useful ness of the paper. ABTHTJB MORGAN. ANOT8E QIBgj rntaifi immediately Apply to Mrs. E. Covrrs, Goy-«treet Warwick. 1.184. ANTED a good COOK juiciLAUN DEE8S. Apply to MM. M'N*viba Downs Exchange Hotel, Albion-street, War wick. ' lilt WANTED > lad to look after HOME and TRAP, and be generally usifol. apply to J*M»s B. Bosb. .1180 WANTED "to be known tbat ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
EVEBFOKE SHOtTLD TBT nit CHEAT AMERICAN ICE CREAM £iI S SODA DRINKS I TO »H OBTAINED ONLT AT TBfc MARBLE FOUNTAIN ! Fltrroy-stpeet. .* iSdke Most Delicious of all Summer Drinks ! I0£ OREAMS! I ICED DEINKS1! IOE! IOEt I0EU Every f aruior duriiyi lUrvc«tius ahould l»ve «Kej of 1' CELEBRATED kirm , Apple or Apple Cider I ,1m tir ? - TKB Cfatpwt ud Mott Refreshing of Drinks, ,J*°l $?« Highly Be mj- - ' conimended, being a d) Beverage i "«n * riii.v ,Ji .' - ? Iffe'JSl ' - ? - . L. ? n . P*yrifnft^ AT 3DF^CtlAVASSE,S, SSRiw^ fowm, ?i*a»fBOr.STEEET, WARWICK. ?*xtrad aifijj::;. ALAND, . Ironmonger WARWICK. * ' 8?' ttOWMONOEEV of Bert fc iaONilONOEfty, Oood and n;^ggj^lfr,&lt;>f"*ii; klnima well *gBM»iX.i« ~*r. T. kinds. VAt °fk fw .faints OIIb for ,4., OIIB for lFriction, m I*AMPS J i:-w»th "Duplex," "Acme," ^ s;B,e ^ B^WOjobes sJer^ w * KtUnpof «llS *"* «lfKS-^i"gIe, Doable, and WhloaW AM) ° A M V 1VJTlox OS all kind?. .%£>'."SdlS f°r>'aoaseholu, the, tHettiortcit cotlc#?...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 November 1879
>4 tteoJhlMO " =1 , :. TJie Evading Trade. :V^ALmbET& GIBSON &lt;:/^&BPBNTeBS, BUILDERS, & GENERAL VJ CONIEBAOTOR6, - flUY-STBEKT, WAHWIOK. .[A % ,'W.GATSFORD, i Contractor, ; Pkbowsikcit, - Wabwick. FriiUBEB YARD, for tlie Bauply of PINK. 'I A )>CEDA£, «nd -HAKDWOOD, of all I*bgthi ud:dimeaiiana,.ftf loweatntos, 895 ii-H 5.. [CABD.-]. W^CONLEY, . tV>rr&lt;mt*"i fu"°r*1 Oon Mu.-ir ?.=:? iKOffp.'j ; F. y^LMERO, CfiMttnataudnr awOjpkoManr, Matrass c j and Palliasse Maker, BotdK !»c*KnK3MkUe6^'ve*' Sfrjifo-tftMpUoaa (£. ti&S&M ppgwpt^«irtWoii«gn&lt;g prjoa* 896 £! *ffir^?^&TmhiVA8r ....,iir|w.iS- &lt;&c.'. \\ui a/ w VMVttUf-azssia^.'W^RWfck: ' fair# vftthKUQr.L .fV. .**» rfa '.-ni-Iifl £ tr> 'it J»»4i yrt ; ?>f!3 J^sdB f,VITiJl0 Jj'.ti'jiv'i o*: -«&lt;*( ny^rum ,uvftfn M V.Jmoqgc G* ,1 oli bo .*- " v«dJ Ujd'l laiot(q«"#Lfev .iM Si»d1®WW- - - ^tOTOj b.j! ut sii I'll 1.4-:'r,d ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
WANTKf) Uonscliccitcr.sto trv SANDEU SON'S HAKIM* |*0\VDEH and , SANDUJtSON'ti WAMIING CItVfcJTAL. : Sold by nil (iroccrs, n»nl WIioIc&qIq by F JSakdeiskox, Kclviu (iruTu-rond, Uiiehnuc. 074 i Warwick Mutual Benefit Building and I Invostmont Society. TUETwcnly-thiid MONTHLY >IEI£TJNG of the .MnuWs of the tibovo Society j will bo hold in the Court Uuufeo TllJS (TUKti I X)AY) LVKNlMi, December 2, At 6 o'clock. I C. A. WYNNIC, J 1140 tfccictury. w "ANTED to l)o hnown that tho CHEAP . . MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP ifl almost the only one in Australia where J0IN1S of PRIME BEEF can be purchased at lid per lb. 1129 Wesleyan Cburoh Anniversary. "fcXEXT SADUATH TWO SERMONS will IN lw PREACHED by Uio EEVD. 1>. SE1X0RS, of Brisbane (Chairman ol the Queensland District,) at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. On Wednesday, December lOth, (Separation Day,) the ANNIVERSARY TEA MEETING [TILL be lielil in the PROTECTANT T HALL. Tea will be on the Tables at ! 0.30 p.m. Tickets, 2s. 6d. Each After Toa, ADDK...
The Latest Invention. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
Tlio Latest Invention THE Daily Telegraph says:-Anions the latest products of the teeming inventiveness of America is a "lover's alarm clonk" It seems to have Veen introduced in Sow Orleans by a relative of the same genius who patented alarai bedsteads, automatic ro m-sweepers ondwlndowcleoners, and self-acting mechani cal dons, warranted to bark from the inBtant that a burglar's thoughts aro directed upon tho premises where they are kept. The lovors alarm clock is meant lo gratify the very natural desire of papas and mammas that respectable hours should be kept during courtship. Juliet exclaims, " Farting is such sweet sorrow. That I eh nil say good night till it be morrow," and entreats Borneo not to bo gone, as " it is not yet near daybut it is obvious that such procrastination would never do in well-regulated families, wuere " reluct ant) amorous delay" on the part of the lovers means keeping the servants up and preventing the gas from being turned off at the meter. So the New O...