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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public importance, and guarantced by the signature of the author.] The Early Closing Question. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK AROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be resjwveible for nmj opinions or vietvs expressed by correspon dents, and will always rejeel personal com nmntcalioiu unless OH subjects of public importance, and rjuaraniccd by the signa tur« of the authof.] The Early Closing Question. 70 THB EIUTOE OF TUB WAUWICK ABOUS. £jb,-1The neighbouring towns of Brisbane. Tpswicb, Toowonmba and elsewhere urn mak ing a determined move in tbo way of early closing. Cftn you please. Sir. raise your voice in tho earao direction for the benefit of us W&rwickitcs. Why should we not, Sir, enjoy the sams pleoKure. Tours &c., BEHIND THE COUNTER. Warwick, Bteccmbcr let.t 1879.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
NO TIC 13 OF REMOVAL. 1 pi»E "WARWICK ARGUE" lanow printed I .*- OMDnbllsheillnttiOfteiiew commodious sranm In VolaurliMtroat, dlrootly op p&lt;»ite tlw Town Hall, where all orders ?pi an requested to b* ii^jwjgWOT, lm,A>THro MOBOAK' To Subscribers and Advertisers. OUR ACCOUNTS for the Quarter ending SoptomVer 80 aro now being delivered, and wo would thank our friends for an Early SETTLEMENT of same. Tbe issue of the paper bi-weelily has involved us in heavy expenses, and, should this appeal meet with a.fair response, we purpose shortly making a still further attempt to increase the useful ness of the paper. ARTHUR MORGAN.
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WAEWICK, TUESDAY, DEC. 2. 1870 Early Closing in Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
: She TOmridt JU'po. [PUBLISHED TWICE A W15EK.] WAEWICK, TUESDAY, DEC. 2. 1S70 Early Closing in Warwick. WE have much pleasure in giving due 1 promincnco to a letter iu our correspon dence columns from " Ouo Behind the Counter" who appears to be endowed with common sagacity, for lie fails to seo why Brisbano and other towns should enjoy the blessings of early closing on Saturday evenings, and Warwick at tho same time remain quiescent on tho contiuuanee of the protracted hours for keeping open. : \Vc invariably find that every indul gence initiated for the benefit of the working bees of our colonial hive receive .ready assent from the general . popula tion. We must all readily adiuit llie _ wisdom and necessity of llie Miosaical insci'iplion, «&lt; Six d.iy.isbalt thou labor and d > all that, thou hast to do," for no man of fbuinioa sense who 1ms a knowledge of tin; rise and full of by &lt;» b!:,lL' n itions can fail to recogniso the inevitable issue of an abuse of...
Harvest Prospects Elsewhere. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
Harvest Prospects Elsewhere. IN NoW Zealand, says the Canterbury Timet, the weather has been little short of perfec tion, the consequence being that agricultural! affairs continue to wear a most promising as-! pect. Should we be far >ured with reasonable j weather during the remainder of f ho season the yield of cereals will everywhere be great. Thoy were sown under favourable conditions, and could not possibly look better than they do at the present time, Tho Wallaroo Timet reporter siya that everywhere tho crops arc looking splendid j the farmers with whom he cauie in contact were ell smiles. No red rust was visible imywhere. In a few placeB black rust showed itself, but noth ing to cause alarm. Another gentleman in formed the Bame paper that- a large yield is expected nt Green's Plains; crops that six weeks ago were thought to be aU wild oats are turning out splendid, the wild oats having died and given place to the wheat. The Goltlburn Herald says:-The condition of the crops ...
More About the Kellya. (From the Wahguayah and Rutherglen News.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
Moro About the Kellya. the Wahgiwyah ittul Rnthcrjlcn Neivs.) SINCE tlv» impudent visit of the Kellys and St»»vc* liar! to the house of the hitter's father, an unlive Wiireh ha'* been prosecuted by the polit'i*. acting under s»cret instructions from the Chief Commissioner. Further particulars of the visit have now reached us, tomtit her with Home important information an to tlm cluing! in the appearanco of Steve Hart and of the movement* of nn armpd party supposed to he identical with the outlaws. Our infor mant, who h;is spcciul facilities for obtaining information, and is therefore reliable, states fcli.it the man who BIW the Kcllye at the time referred to in our previous issue is a farmer named Smith, residing upon a piece of land adjacent to that occupied by Hart's father, near the One-Mile, Wangaratta. Smith in acquaiuted with all the members of th« Hart family, and particularly with Dick Hart, the brother of the outlaw. One moonlight night in October, Smith was out opoduui sho...
A Wanvickito at the World's Fair. I. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
A Wanvickito at the World's Fair. Tin: journey by rail from WavwieV U Brisbane has not b.'on greatly improv-'d liy 11)0 recent alterations in the running of train*, and despite its evor-ehanging ecunen of roll ing downs and mountain range:; the trip in a decidedly wearisome ono-eapicially in woa | ther such aswo have had of late. Notwith , standing its wearisome nature, hottvv»r, ono I does not always fed that his happine-i is wore tlian lie can conveniently hoar on the completion of tho journey, as tho transition from a jolting railway carriage to un ill ventilated, inosqnito-h&untwl bedroom can hardly bo regarded as a decided ch an ire for the better. Brisbane, nl this of tho year, is usually in th:it condition which m:ikee ontf's hair wiry, and necessitates copious irrigation of the human frnma. The day of tny arrival, however, wa« an exception to ! I the general rule-a young gale blowing from the south, raising clouds of dust, and .sand in all directions, and*making out ...
Sydney (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) December 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
Sydney (FBOU ODD OWN COBBESFONDENT.) DECEMBER let. At tbo Sydney NVoolsnles to-day there was a spirited competition, and the prices wore up to 12|d. ; for best greasy, I7d. Tiio market was firm for good fleeces. In tbo Wellington district rust has appeared in few different localities, but isnotlikely to affect the crops, which promise a «jnod yield. Thnre was a Lir^o and extensive tire at Grenfell on Saturday ni^'ht, when three hotels and several shops wero destroyed. Damage Wiui doue to the oxteul of £S.&lt;K)0, and the townshii) was saved with great difficulty. (jkru&kt and Tin: Mui.uourm'. V»xhimtion -During the sittings on November 20th of the German Uundesrath or Federal Council, Prince Hisinarclr proposed that 11 special coin* uuBsiouer be appointed to represent &lt;>ermany at the nppro.ichiii£ Melbourne Exhibition; alno thai il kuiii of &lt;£15,00:) be granted towards tiio expenses ol* securing a proper representa tion of German products and...
Worldly Wisdom. No. I. ON ARGUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
Worldly Wisdom. No. 1. ON A-BQUMEN'T. 1st. When engaged in argument, remember the story of the two knights who-froiu op : polite directions approaching a shield gilded in one side, silvered on the other, suspended transversely lo their coui-se-sustained cath | bis opinion of its color at the cost of his life: j each possessing truth but honestly believing j the other's account to be false. Aud prolong ' the argument no further than the principles of Jogtc-the warrant of roceived history your own knowledge-or tlie bounds of good temper may allow. Beaton--It is a natural incidence that of the leaves of the trees, grains of the sand, or the similarly countless germs of physical life uo two are strictly identical; how much less so must be the ex pression of one individual's concentrated im pressions from another's, derivable in each case from widely different 6ourccs and com prehensive pawerg. In personal warfare, or (he ancient duel, loss of temper has generally preceded defeat; how mu...
Warwick Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
Warwick Hospital Meeting. A mineral meeting of subscribers to the Warwick Hospital t\as In.'Id in th« Coart Hour* y.^lerdny afternoon. Mr. C. JI. Groi»u o.'rupied I ho chair, und there were pres-nt M«'a«n&lt;. J. Mae-msb, 0!. P. M. Murray, 1»n\ J. J. llorau, W, ]J Slude, D. Clarke, Nicholson, llyan. Q'iSiillivan, and about twenty other memb^ra. Th«» meeting was culled for tbo purpose of con si do ring and passing the nwnded by-lmve, rules. and regulatiMu recently drawn up by the Cumniittee. These were road ::on\if/ia by tl»-&lt; y.M-ivlary, arid passed by (he meeting, ell goim* swiftly until clause 21 was road. The el;iu:?«» run as follows: - " »;iur^yuii:ii tu"c julmi't"'! to the vvanlj at nil hour?, Jmt i^ihlc «jf Mer."V, and other Victim- 1"rr. liL'inii.|.iir|i.mpjiru u wHitt-n or,lor from n iik-iiiIkt of tliu Committee, which imler inuifc lie rcimwe.l yearly. The? dull he ii'lmittc'l on Sini-Jayy. Tu'.'of \y 1 nrrl fSitiirl iv's from * C>i a p. m. \o |».:r>...
Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
Brisbane [FROM OUB OWN COBBEBPONDENT] December 1. A ciroular has been issued to the share holders of the Queensland Insurance Com pany, signed by thn share holders represent ing 5,128 shares, recommending thu im mediate winding up of the Company, owing to the impossibility of doin&lt; profitable busi ness on the present rates of iuuuiuiiw. The cirular also expresses a belief that the assets will realise £3 per share after paying ex penses. A large number of the members of the Johnsonian Club met to-day on the occasion of Mr. Creswick takini? his farewell Presenta tions were made to Mr. Creswick by the Chief Justice, and also by Mr. Gresley Lukin, as President of the Club.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
rtoaiUKK I-FOB TIITH ard JtaEATH.-A few %££&£tlMSSiKS .temSecay, girea the teeth a pocu\farpejjply-white nw»y «>4 » delightful fmmnceto the breath. toilet diwovery of tbe age. 5f *11 Chemlfta and Perfumera. Prepuw by Henry 0. Gallup, 403 Oxford-a^t JUndou. ThBOAT ArnonoHs AND HbABSEKgss.-All . nattering from irritation of tbettoattmrt Lo»m new will be agreeably eurpriied at the almoit im mediate relief afforded by theme of Browne Bronchial Trochee." TOeie famous lorengea an now eold by moat respectable ehetnuta in tbta eoontiy at la ltd pet box. reople troubled with a " backing cough," a " slight sold, or bronchial affections, cannot try than too aoon, ft* similar ! troubles, if allowed to progress, result in nenou« ? PulmoDary and Asthmatic affections. Seo that the words " lirown'e Bronchtol TroohcB aro on tbe Government Stomp wound each box. Iftraftotarai by JottK i. B&own&Sonb* Boston, United Statos. De)>ot, 403 Oxford-street, London ValuabiiB DISCOV...
Mr. Graham Berry assailed by Obstructionist. SCENE IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 December 1879
Mr- Graham Berry assailed by Obstructionist. SCENE IK THE HOUSE. Tub following scene took place in tbe Victorian Assembly on Wednesday last whilst We eul\"thiCB WQ''\ ynder consideration \«11 thia account from the Age r,duCedly Tsm tUttbeamountBh0n,d** tentbiMrfthoh''ttot S uifc in dention of the hon. member to delay business bR- b?t he ^'^o an onpo'tunuy bnfora long of testing tbo ques. 'T; Certainly the business of the countT must (jo on somehow or the other. Mi'. B ;nt: Very well; do it. Mr. Berry: Mr. Chairman, I shall more h ,¥,rZ repTt proR1'oea if «ie hon. member has uiudo up his mind to prevent anv further business being transacted. I shall not keeD scntleniun here night after night and until 2 it I8t°U MniD°i'iJlinff v Tla" 18ba» notdo Mr. Bent: Tou have no right to say that. do'say! m tblB counhy endorse what I *» qu^of^anrx'stfl^pTiJ^" pared to do what 1 say I will. y M Mr. Bent: Well, do it. W r>££^l*rs&£,"rs Ararat be not heard again Sf8 «a«tnW? Mr. Berry: Al...