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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 26. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

WARWICK POLICE COUJRT. TpE6D.1T, AtOUST 20. (BefoVe tho Police Magistrate.) ILIIBO&L IMPOUN DI NO .-Maurice Mulcahy J was summoned by Patrick M'Nanmra, for the abpve affenao. There Jieing no appearanoe on either side, the information was 'dismissed. ArmqATwm SOB. A'^PsOBiBiTaoN.-Annie Morris applied under the-Act 87, Victoria No. 16, Section 60, for a prohibition . against the . serving of spirituous liquors, by publicanB, j to her husband, John MorriB, farmer, Swan I Creek. Her statement being corroborated by her son, Timothy Mqrria, the Bench ordered a prohibition to issue for 12 months. TCIBDAV, SEPTEMBER 1. (Before the Police Magistrate.)

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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CHARTERS TOWERS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

CHARTERS TOWEES. [raoitouB own coerespohdint.] i August 29. i "The Vagabond" lectured at the School of Arts last evening to a large audience. The subjects wer©-^" Father Hennebeny, Pastor Chiniquy, and the Betting Bing."

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BRISBANE [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

BRISBANE [PROM OCB OWN COBBE8PONDKNT.] September A man named Samuel Siimmprville was drown vr4 while endeavoring to swim the South Fine river on ioraebaiok on tViday. In the Legislative Assembly this afternoon, Mr. Macrotmn laid upon table the plana, sections, and books of reference of the lines from Kama ta Mitchell Downs, and to the 66 mile peg an the Charter's Towera Line. Tho House then wentinta committee on the Orphanages Bill which passed withoutimpor toot amendment, I The Licensing Boards Bill is now being diseusBed in committee. Later. The Licensing Boards Bill was amended by the introduction of a new CLn -e, enabling a parson intending to build a public house to obtain fv proTisiotiftl-'licpnse. - . The Victoria Bridge lands Bill was read a ' second time, and the House then went into | committee on the'Mineral Oils Bill, the date of operation of which was oJtered to January 1 next. The House is now discussing the Pearl Shell Fisharios.Hill ia oommittoo. !

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

MELBOURNE. [FBOU OUB OWN CORKEBPONDENT.] September 1. Major Smith, addressing hie constituents on Saturday* took great credit for what tho Government had dona.

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

8YDNEY. [FBOH OCR OWN COBBBBPOMDEHT.] . August 29. A woman munod Devoreux has baen com mitted for trial by a coroner's jury, charged with tho manslaughter of her infant by exposure. The Ministry, to-day, entertained the mem bers of Parliament and other friends at luncheon. Mr. Spain, solicitor, was crossing the harbor to North Shore lost night, during a squall, when tho boat filled. 1A monhamed Faulkner was in the boat at tho time, and being unable to ewim Spain supported him until his strength failed, and he was subsequently drowned. Spain himself was rescued by a boat from tbe Austrian man-of-war, but in an insensible condition. A match has been arranged between Lay coolr and Bush for1 jfl 100 a.side, which iBto be contested, for on September 6. The first deposit was paid to uighb August 30. A teleprom from Grafton .states that the ] flood waters rose there to a height of 16ft.J above the wharf, but had commenced to fall again.. !Thfelfe hw(a )6ten lioavy raiiia in the Hunter dist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

Trrr ANTED {hr GIodc W' - - ,7»U &KNEBAL-SEpA^T; .. . MrB.-TUCOiPMN, %Vhnfley>street. 772 STORE 'cATTLB W.Bted, spply. WilC ?JMwi «ew», snt} jpuoe delivered at Tajgai. No Stunted1 Cattle jiioed be ofTuruI. 708 THOMAS HANA1ER. Sbwisg md TTaihlag. > j SHEABING Commeboos at GLENLYON I On the. 18th September: WASHING on the 11th. " HI fl ; I ? .. - TENDERS will be reoeived at the Office or this (taper for the delivwy of <6000) , Six Thouund ftetgf CEDAR. Apply at the I Offiae of this pipetv . 716 aroTicm. THE PERSON -who Removed a oonple of QREENpfllDB'fiQPES from ny Borai-i. Sbrtl-a Short tim? sittra Is requested ttfrttq .sine without delay, us thiyar* !rtaafa BWingattentkm 'tothls notiM, tfcsy%ill. ?i>l>lied for by the authorities. H. B. .. "® ^"^io^aSwuap.' rtha Roads' ^Offioe* WjirWek, swiU.be*eeeived up till noon on fhipieei>fc& iOtfi; 1876.. H. 4. CLINTON, rttiot Boajl Inspector. ? . F Toowoomba; August S7,1<J70. VpO Town , .. -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

COMMERCIAL HOTJEJL, PAUgMir up Yioroiuf A wrHfrw. MBS> £. EVEHDEH, fttoprietreas, * cpi. la* graph Ltn# of: fioyMj^j go»«h«. ^AOommodloiuBrthj^omop^eiiremhipg. ^YALJXjjffitjE HOTEL, (tantr «£ S%g» ^od ^ilnnift Streeta, J. VI. * qothS, Proprietor. XMBOT Cj.i.aa Jon/>MpniTI^M Uqa J - "^Btoigt^sSigr ^ (ln^SrOTdSupplyol HAYandOMCialways ' j i.fjd* A'mou« F«ddo«k lor HortMdoi* to 'JJietown. . ' iltti Centrally Situated Hotel in WuntUk." C THE COSMOPOLITAN, | \ " pALXEKIN-STftttr. ^Wlt MORGAH BEGSto inform his friends and the pnblk generally that be haa taken th* abore Mil known Hotel, when Families ana Com .jneroialGeqtiapienwillfindoraryooavenielioei ^M»l:VrUl inert with oJvilitjr and attentjoo. . . weiy Apo^modsitionprovided ferTiiiton, with Prirste Booms for FamUfta. ' C0MMEBC1AL SAHPLBL BILU&KD, BATH H00M8. . A oonvqranoe in attendance oath* trklni. ' 981 THE ROYAL HOTEL, | ?'' Pauakur-OTasn, Wabwick. fcv "if T,LEfHBRIDGE, PBdirauEtoB, A FTR8TH0LASS TABLE. Beit Wines an...

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WARWICK LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 September 1879

WARWICK LASD COURT. TSa* usual mjnibly fond Court was held before Mr. Commissioner Hume on Thursday last, when the following applications were disposed of t coKDrnowAi.. Anthony Hoffman, KUUtrney, 820 stores. Withdrawn. Wm. Rosenthal, 880 aoreB.-With drawn.   lTrtbicbi Gillespie, Bora Creek, 100 acres. Aooepted. HOMESTEADS Fred. Jackson, Rosenthal, 8O acres. Accepted. J. Harris, Junr, Lucky Valley, 80 acres. Accepted. J. A. Fagg, Lucky Valley, 80 acres.-Accepted. C. Sorensen, Bobinson, 80 acres.-Selected. Geo. Free, Bobinson, 80 acres.-Rejected. Bobt. Hundley, Bobinson, 80 acres.-Rejected. Thos. A. Hall, Bobinson, 80 acres.-Rejected. Bichard Wood, Bobinson, 80 acres.-Accepted. TV, Cunningham, Bobinson, 80 acres.-Re jected. Thos. StaSord, Bobinson, 80 acres.-Bejected. Thos. Iks, Bobinson, 80 acres.-Bejected. Win. Hashes, Gootnbnrra, 80 acres.-Post y. A. C. GHeseman, Bobinson, 80 acres. SVed^WriWr, Talgni, 80 acres.-Postponed. The following applications tot ocrtiflcatas w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

BEEF! BEEF! THE Undersigned beg to inform their CUSTOM RliS that, on and after tho let September, the PRICE of AND MUTTON At thoir Shop, Fitzroy-Btroct, will bo per lb. ALL ROUND FOR CASH! AND APPBOVED MONTHLY BILLS, And trust, by STRICT ATTENTION to the WANTS of their ^ CUSTOMERS, TO MEBIT A CONTINUATION OF TUUIR PATRONAGE COLLINS, CONNOLLY, ./OSTEI CO., FITZROY-STREET, WARWICK, (OrrosiTE THE FIREBELL.) 740 . Tbe Suflding Trade. WALLACE^& GIBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDERS,A Gwmi, CONTRACTORS, Guv-STREET, WARWICK. Aqentt for Farm Creek Saw MiVe. 708 CHEAP MEAT CO. ON and after the 1ST of SEPTEMBER Next, Meat will be Sold by the abovo Company at tho following Prices, Mid delivered in all parte of the.Town M'usoal: PRIME JOINDb OF BEEF ... Sid. per lb. RibbofBebf 2d. per lb. STEAKS OR CHOrs 2(d. per lb. HIND QcAKTsa OF Mtnroii' 2fcd. per lb. HIND QUARTER OF LAUD ... 3B. per qr. Foiik QUARTER OF LAMB ... 2s6dperqr. SAUSAGES 3d. per lb. PORK 5d. per lb. VEAL 5d. per lb. Corned Beef 16...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS AND THE yXTBMC THE WARWICK ARGUS IS Now Published TWICE A WEEK every TUESDAY and SATURDAY. The terms at Subscription Me 6s. per quar ter, or 41 per year. Subscribers may begin at any time. AST HUE MORGAN. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. " C.P."-Would be glad to come to terms; send sample. Hails per R.M.S. " Somerset." VIA TORRES STRAITS. MAILS for the United Kingdom and the Continent of Europe, India, China, *e., will CLOSE at the WARWICK. POST OFFICE, on MONDAY, (he 8th inst., as under i For Money Oidws, at 3 p.m. For Bqgistered Letters, 4c., at... 6 p.m. For Newspapers, and Paakets, at 0 p.m. . Foi Ordinary Letters, at ... 9 p.m. & MARSHAL, Postmsster, Post Offio* Waraiok, Sept. 4th, 1879. 79} WANTED a Good GENERAL SER VANT. Mint be able to Milk. Apply to Mbb. F. MORGAN, Baca Co arte. 7® WANTED for Glengallan, a GOOD1 GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mn. THOMPSON, Wantley-street. 772. WANTED a Good GENERAL SER VANT. Apply to Mas. Allmih, BporUman's Arms Hotel. 793 WA...

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EXCITING SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

' EXCITING SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. ON JU&E 2G, the House of Commons suddenlv found itself involved in what proved to bo tlio most prolonged, and perhaps the most exciting, of tho long Berios of sconcs which hare marked the lifetime of tfio present Furliament. There were - twenty-seven questions on the pnpci-, sorno of tlicm of great length und involving points of considerable interest. It was one which had not attracted much attention that was re sponsible for the interruption of the busi ness of tbp night. Mr. O'Connor Power, returning to e question addressed to Mr. Lowther the otbor day touching a tenant-right meeting in County Gal way, asked him upon wlmt authority lie bad formed the belief that the persons who took part in it were not tenant farmers, and were not connected with the neighbourhood. Mr. Lowther answered in a manner that amused tho Ministerial side, more particularly when ho alluded to one of the speakers as " a convict at large." Mr. Power, im mediat...

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, SEP. 6,1879. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

lite Hawick JUps, [PUBLISHED TWICE A. WEEK.] WABWICK, SATURDAY, SEP. 6,1870. Whatever we may think of the actions of the present Government we must acknowledge that the Opposition hag dbring the present session of Parlia ment done much mischief. By an abortive and ill-considered attempt at obstruction of the Xoan Estimates, commenced without consultation or the approval of their leader, they succeeded in keeping the Assembly sitting from half-past throe on one Wednesday afternoon till one o'clock on the follow ing Friday; after whioh members were so exhausted and indisposed to renew the discussion that a loan estimate of £3,053,000 was passed without an alter ation being made in any one of the items. Had the Opposition commenced by discossing the items in a reasonable and temperate manner, without ob structing, they would probably have succeeded in modifying the ministerial proposals to some extent. Had there been no such body present, the sup porters of the Ministry would them selv...

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STICKING-UP TUB GYMPIE COACH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

STICKING-UP TUB GYMPIB COACH. THE Gympio correspondent of tho Maryborough Chronicle supplies that | journal with the following narrativo of the above affair:-It appears that Colib and Co.* buggy picked up the mails at the usual hour, a few minutes after G n. n>. at the post office, and went on its journey, carrying two ' passengers-one an _ old gentleman who had been on a visit to Gympie for several days; tlio other Mr. Levoi, traveller for Messrs. Hoffnung Co., merchants, Brisbane and Sydney, having in his possession a large amount of valuable properfar, amongst which was a tin box contains about £1000 worth of jewellery. traversing about a mile, a ridge was ascended, on the head of which the occupants of tho coacli ob served n temporary fence of saplings Rtrctching across the road. The driver, John Morecroft, remarking that some boys were playing him a practical joke, pulled up at the obstruction, and then observed a powerfully built man on the whip-hand side of tho coach, rest...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] ROME, September 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

I LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. I [bIDTIB's TCLEQUMa.] Rohc, Septembers. The prospects of the Italian wheat harvest are exceedingly unfavorable. It is estimated that there will be a deficiency of SO per oent. London, September 3. Advices from the Cape of Good Hope have been received to August IV, and announce the capture tad destruction of Amaucktne, Cotywayo's krn&l. Cetywayo, with a few of hia followers, were closely pursued, but managed to escape into the bush southwards. Three of Cetywayo's sons and several of his chiefs have surrendered to the British, and have given up Cetywayo's cattle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

Town Sail, Warwick. ONE NIGHT ONLY! WEDNESDAY, Sept. 10. 6PE0IAL ATTRACTION. GRAND ENTERTAINMENT To be given by the World-renowned CARANDINI Operatic & Ballad Company, Including the following Popolar Artiatesi WAT)AWE CARANDINI, Prima Donna. MISS fiTiAPi iiRTiVTy.T.Bj Pianiste. MISS MABIK CARANDINI, Second Soprano. ME. WALTER 8HERWIN, Tenor. Aoirasioif i-Front Peats, 4a. j Seoond Seats, Ea. Doom open at Balt-paat Seven, Commenoe at Eight. 797 RBDUOTION in *ax PRICE OF BEEF ! \\f lSHES to inform bit Cutomen and the Ti public that in eooaeqneaoe of thednll. nan of the timea, and a determination not to be outdone^ he will ban thi* d*y eell kef at 2d. per lb. Tor all JOINTS at the Shop. Sausages, 8d- per lb Oom Beet 168. per 100 lbs r 795 aronoa. To Carpenters, Builders, and the Public. AT the Warwick Timber Yard-HARD _ WOOD and PINE TIMBER in any Quantity, at the aborteat notiee. Price-14a. per lOO Feet, 771 E0BERT80N & VINCENT. J. Nicholson's and T. Henderson * Co.'* i...

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[LAST NIGHT'S MESSAGES] The Wool Sales. LONDON, September 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

[LAST NIQHrB MESSAGES] The Wool Sales. LONDON, September 4. AT the wool sales to-day. {here was a better demand. The attendance was also large, especially of French buyers, but there was no change in price.

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ALLORA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

ALLORA [mOM ODE OWM COBBESPONDXH'r:^ September 4; W« have daring the past week hod very pleasant wwlher, and the streets hare once more because passable. The fanners are plated at the ohange, and look forward con fidently {or an abundant harvest. I have visited most of the neighboring farms since the late rains, and was glad to find that very little of the wheat hod been kid by the rein. I Tho craps are looking remarkably well, in I fact they ondd not look better, Thoro is every prospect of an early spring in this neighborhood; grass and borfas ore already present in abundance, and as a consequence Bheep and cattle stock are looking well. Trade is rather dull in Allora just now. as is usual in most country towns at this parti cular season of the year. j I stated in a former communication that most of our roods had been made almost impassable by the late rains; the one lead ing to the rrfUway Station at Hendon is, how ever, most in need of immediate attention It has to accommodate a ...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

BRISBANE. [FEOM OUB OWN OOBBKSFONDIMT.] Soptember 6. IT has been raining staidly here since mid day.

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. (Before the Police Magestrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

WABWICK POLICE COUET. Tuesday, Sipteuzib 2. (Befoifl the Polioe Mageetrate,) LICINSIO GAVE.-An application reoeived from lUesare. Marshall and 8Iado for per mission to erect a gate betweon portions rfoa. 190 and 191, on the northern side of the road from Warwaick to North Toolburra, was granted. PROHIBITION.-An injunction against the serving of spirit aoils Iiqaors to Timothy Lynch, of Warwick, was granted, to be in force for 18 months. FEIDAT, StFTracBCB 6. ASSAULT. -Thomai Buckingham was charged by Charles Downing, a blacksmith on the railway extension, with having assaulted him on the 28th nltimo. Defendant had chal lenged the prosecutor on that day, as he was going to work, to fight, and had abused him and kicked him; he hind also threatened to throw him in the river Andrew Austin, a wlieelright residing near plaintiffs tent, deposed to knowing the parties, he remem bered the 28th of August and saw the as Bault oommitfed. Jane Austin, wife of the last witness, gave corroborative...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

SIIirPINS INTELLIGENCE. Ex Cv$hr6nep, steamer, London to Sydney: 2 oasei ladies' belts, stays, sun shades, muslin I works, pocket cutlery, una, ic., ILC., Bugscll Wilkins, Warwick.

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