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

The Building- Trade. WALLACE & GIBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, & GENERAI, CONTRACTORS, Guy.sTKEEr, WARWICK. Ca CABD.J ^ W. GAISFORD, Oaipenter, Builder, ft General Contractor, Phicy-stheet, Wabwick. rntMBKRYABD, for tl>e Supply of PIKE, JL CEDAR, and HARDWOOD, of >11 lengths and dimensions, at lowest rates. 885 [CABD.] W. G. CONLEY, Oaipenter, Builder, and General Con tractor, i FrrmoY AKD GUT-STREETS, WARWICK, * 886 [A oakti.J F. PAITMERO, Cabinet-maker and Upholsterer, Matron and Palliasse Maker, (Next door to M'Dennott'a Railway Hotel), Gut-bteot, WARWICK. N.B.-Jolner'e work of all descriptions at. tended to promptly, at moderate prices. 89G M. J. O'SULLIVAN, MOD.. M OB &/>? BE. O'SULLIVAN may bo Ccnsnltcd daily at bit RESIDENCE, GUT. STREET, Warwick. 065 THE ROYAL HOTEL, FAtAttfiur^rjutBT, WAEWICK. J. T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, jpEtVATE Sitting ROOMS for FAMILIES. ; A riHST-oEASS TABLE. Sett Wines and Spirit! only kept. GOOD STAB LINO. J. T. LETHBRI...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 December 1879

ROBERT ALAND, G-eneral Ironmonger, WARWICK. ' : I fours' motfMONftKRY ot Bart : ' > v 1 MilX<; rUOKMONGKIty, Good ana 3 S JKIVY of Ml kinriB, and woVI >' "i!* '!<.(!. IWIMT.IIANOINcJ.S in groat variety, and p.imtarp' requisites of all kinds. VAKNISnKK for Houso Work. A^^ISKKS for Carrin£o Work. ". A !k.\a ->li KS fotO:il)inot Work. t-II* for £'amt$ Oils for Bnriiiuc: Oils for rotation. SINKS' LAMPS, With "Dnplox," "A'eme," and Single Burners. Sinks' Globes, Shades, Chimneys, and Lamp Fittings of all kinds. GUNS-Single, Double, and Breocliloadiug, AND A X X V K I T I O y 01 all kinds. . All; requirements lor the Household, the Farini. au'd Station, on hand, or procured at the shortest notice. , « £. ALAND, ' . P^LMEBIN-BTllEBT, WABWIOK. 819 3-Jl t:j -..Y; '? 'i:i. . .. fiEDXJGpD ,FABES. WA'EWIOS'ANDBTANTHORPE , /^OBB A CO.'S r#l ' I4K»l (pjEBOrALMAIL omoBnw;!E^wicK i Ik sg322jSOT0d Sjjaii From WAKWICfr-to TENTERFIELD Tuesdays ond*ridiyi^^ " BitH3T To Sl...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S TELEGRAPH.] London. December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 December 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [ Euuteh'u TKCEaa/Luu.] London. December i. , Two or throe vessels arc uow on their way to the colony, fitted with Kenuairde machinery, containing shipments of fresh meat from England, to Melbourne.

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A Hero from Zululand. SPEECH BT GENERAL WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 December 1879

A Hero from Zululand. 6PEECH 8T GENERAL WOOD. Bbhudiuk GENERAL Sib EVELYN WOOD, V.C..K.C II., was entertained two months; ago at tbeFislimnngers' Company's Lively Dinner, given in London. , , In lvsponsc to tlio toast of ' The the evening," proposed by tho Prime Warden, Sir Evelyn Wood, in eloquent language replied, and we append the lending passages of Uis speech from a late number of tho Tttnci. He said: 11 hank you heartily for tho honor you do me tn-night, and I thank you not only for myself, hut in the names of the comradca whom yon honor in honoring roe. (Cheers.) As a eoWier, and I prefer that title to any otbor, it would be as improper for mft to online illv late gallant chief, Lord Chelmsford "(app'ause). as it would be to criticize his military opyrations. I m*y. however, Bpeak of him as a friend, and tberefore_ I say that the success which you so generously appre ciate were due in the first instance to the confidence which Lord Chcluiafoid reposed in me, to the support he...

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Great fire at Brisbane. Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 December 1879

Great fire at Brisbane. Brisbane. [KfiOtf OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] D^cGrabur 5. Macduff's Ulster Hotel, ut the conicr of Edward and Elizabeth Streets, together with 6;x shops, all of wood, werg totally destroyed by fine early thie morning. TIid greater pirtof thepropferty isineurcd, but the cause of the tiro is unknown. A man named Whculan, of South Copper fbld, has been arrested on suspicion of having caused the death of his wife by' beating ber about the face.

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Warwick School of [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 December 1879

Warwick School of Arts. A SPECIAL meeting of the members of the Warwick School of Arte was held on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of con sidering the trays and'uieans for building a new School of Arte The meeting woe hold in the reading room. Palmerin-street, and Mr. Canny occupied the chair. There were few persons present, the weather being threaten ing nndstoruiy. After the circular convening the meeting had been read by the Secretary, Mr. UANNY proceeded to explain the pre vious action of the committee. He said that for some time past the committee had baen considering the advisability of taking steps for the mention of a new building on a piece of land of their own in Ouy-Btreet; and they were of opinion that it would be for the in terests of the members to at once bring the matter to a definite conclusion. By so doing they would be enabled to save, at a small cost to themselves, the rent now piid of i'*5 a year, which, devoted to the purchase of books, would pro...

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 December 1879

Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN COEBEBPONDKNT.] D^cemb.'r 5. . Th<» Ihiril readiu^ of the Reform Dill has hoen lost, nrtt heing absolute. A mijonty of the whole Houbs was in f±vor of the m^asuro, which, oa division, showed 43 against 88.

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

Town Ball) Warwick. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10. M.IM ^PfO-O-F. a maim DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT In aid of tlie Building Fund of THE ODD FELLOWS' HA.LL, ILL be given on the slmve (Into by metn VT ? ben of the Warwick Lodge", assisted by other Amateurs. Programme. PART I. OvKRTURK OPMINO Chore* -" The River is Up" toNo-"Silver Moonlight" ... Cowc Sono-" Vou may Kif« me «d Ca-f ress Mo" Posa-" 'Tis Imt« little Faded Flower" OdMlCSflKO- .' Hannah, how'a your Ala?'' Soiso-" Still I Love Thee" .. FINAL*- * Interval of Five Minutes. PART II. SfELCCHnBS ... OHCHEBIKi ' ' , To ii* followed by the Amusing Com. medieltn, fin Unwarrantable Intrusion IJ MR. SKOOtLB ... . I Auvremm Tax Inncron ...J A,UTEUM . :ji< Interval <tf five Minutei. ) - PART til tf%s "whole will Conclude with the Mirlh-pro* ? . yokingFarce,. vJHR. BARNUMS BALL, T '.I. , .. Alt , . '' ne RpriUMome Tioket-taJwr I BialHIM . . : ... M*mw op TUB PM»a'' Musicia* ... MILKMAID... ... GHOST or Hamut!b FAThBB ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any Opinions or ricius expressel by correspondents, and will always reject personal communicaions unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] Early Closing. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 December 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editbr tct'M not be reipoiiti'de for any 'Opinion* - or ricm evpreael by cofrcipon denti, and ttill always reject personal com* nnuu'caiioHs ualcss on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signa ture of the autAor.J Early Closing. TO TUB EnrTOB OF THE WARWICK AROU6. Su»,-Your action iu op.ming the question of early closing in Warwick deserves the thanks not alone of the persons interested but also of eveiy considerate person outside the ranks of the storekeepers' oraployds. When it is considered that these employes-most Of thnui married men-are compiled-to remain fliw from their homes on Saturday nights till elsvcu or twelve o'clock for no other rea 83n than that Mrs, Snooks may purchase her yard of ribbon, or Mrs. Stiggins her few ounces of tea. it will at onoo appaar evident that somn step should bo taken to mit igate the hardships which shopmen suffer by the oWnoxiouB system of late business hours. I am well aware that certain paoplc lake stran...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Monster Fair in America. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 December 1879

Monster Fair in America. Wc append tbc following from a Home paper just received, from which it will be gathered that Cousin Jonathan is not to be outdone iu the matter of Agricultural shows. The account goes on to say.-The largest and most successful agricultural and horticultural display over made in the United States was the 26th annual exhibiliom ef the Pennsyl vania State Agricultural Society, held ig jtfte main building of the Centennial Exposition, now the Permanent International Exhibition Building at Philadelphia, from the 8th ta the 20tb inst. The great fair was formally opened by addresses delivered by the Hon. John Welsh, ex-Minister totheConrtof&t. James's, and others. The collection of live-stock was very complete, and occupied stalls or en closures erected around the sides of the im mense building. From the large numbers/of aniuiols offered for exhibition from all sections of the country, selections were made by com petent judges, so that no specimens were re ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 December 1879

NOTICE or REMOVAL. To Subscribers and Adv^tie^^^ OUR ACCOUNTS for the Quartcrending September SO aro now being delivered, nnd wo would thank our friends for an Early SETTLEMENT of anno. The issue of the puper bi-weekly has involved us in heavy expenses, and, should this appeal moot with tb&ur response, we purpose £kp4Jy vnakiug^ still further attempt to Increase the useful ncse of the mpei'. .r -f *.^BJTHUfe -MORGAN. To tho Worshipful tbo Jqitioei of the Peace, acting in md (or tho District of Warwick, iu Queensland. IJEUttET PHILLIPS, butoher, now re J siding st the Tunnel, in tbo dutriu£ of \V urwick, do hereby |<ivo notico tlut it is my intention to apply at the next Monthly Lioen eing Meeting, to be bolden for th'a distriot on thu ninth day of December, next ensuing, fur a l'UHLKJAN'S LIChNSE lor the aale of Fer mented and Sprituons Liquo.8 in the houio an>l appurtenanccs tberennto belonging, situotoii at the Tunnel, containing two anting rooms and four bed...

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

The Building: Trade. WALLAOE~& GIBSON 0 ABSENTEES, BUILDERS, & GENERAL CONTRACTORS, Guy.btbket, .WARWICK. 7fi8 [A CARD.] W. GAISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, ft Oeneial Contractor, *\ - PSRCY-STRISET, VV AUW1CK. rniMBBR YARD, tor tl'O Supply of PIKE. JL ' CEDAR, ud HARDWOOD, of all lengths and dimensions, at lowest rates. 8S5 , [caed.] W. G. IcONLEY, Carpenter, Builder, and General Con-1 ^ tractor, FrrtROY AKD Got-stbbets, WARWICK. 886 : : : [ACABD.] P. PALMBRO, Cabinstanafcsra^lj^jriirtwer, Matrass ] (Next door to H'Dermott's Railway Hotel), OoT-wUar, Wabwioe. 1tfiB.":<Joiiref« Wttlc bl.: all 'descriptions at- I tfeUdedWpnriaptlyi dtmbflerateptfcea. 89f fm.: ^b'SOXLIVANr . Sl-D, MPS tSfco. TOIL : 0<8ULLIVAH snay bo Coniulted | JL/ daily «*»*!* BBSIDENCE, GUV 8TRFET, Warwick- 065 TfeB &OYAL HOTEL, ?:!&:.X LETHBRIDGE, . *.' PROPRIETOR, jpBIYATB Sitting StOOHS for FAMILIES. ?1 -A. WBSTOLABB TABLE. BMtWiiles and flplritionly kept. | ?? ...

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The Wantabadgery Affray. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 December 1879

tthe1 Wantkbadgery Affray.'? The trial of the bushrangers was fixed to. qomo . off. before Mr. Justice Windeyer ou WedueBday, but upon J tbe'applifiation 6f Counsel m behttlf uf tl>'o^prjs()'n4i-81 tln>lr trial was postponed utltu'Monday, in order that any evi des/yj in fuvor oftUe. prisoners might befortbtoming. i An attempt was made ? Uy -Oottttsel 'fo throw dver the trial1 .fSf',,"h6tiHhg':' at' best srispon,', upon tiie pleft fifyttt . public ? feeling just' now waaigHigi's»ti.aDi:.WiUat barl appeared iu the newspapers of so one sided a nature, as to pny udjcojSi>p,case against the prisonerE.^^lm^jlli&e Very properly declined to roiJOgti^esufil)grounds for postpouomourr^ndiiigV that he had seen nothing in the newspapers which would, have tliQ tendency ! suggested T^io-pablic ace impatient to see justice done towards these bushrangers, one way ?" or' another, and 'wo fail to see thxt, where a party of doubly, stained ru(Gana are taken red hauded iu their lawlessn...

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The warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, DEC. 6,1870. Municipal Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 December 1879

lie ^Hnyick ^vgus. TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATUKDAY. DEC. C, 1ST Municipal Matters. Y.'i; can readily sympathise with nur Mayor, wlioae amiable disposition en him to sit out Monday's weary meeting in a spirit of patience, with which low public moil are endowed. His Worship is uvidently disposed to concede an extravagant marjmi for discussion at the Council, and* in this respect he excels every Municipal Pre sidont within the scope of our previous experience. It seems very regrettable, for tho sake of the assembled Alder men (and their time must be worth something) that many of the frivolous qtiPBlidhS introduced at the ; general w#eti«g cannot be fully ventilated - iu comoiittec^iuid finally adjusted "yea" or " nay" at a full ipeeting of the Coun cil. Tho proceeding?)of Monday even iug, which dragged'Jiloug for four weary hours, lniglit'ieaslbly bavo been .deposed of in%fj,e/fadvnier the time, but when genHmiMAriS^ermitted to introduce emdfr»^j£m£&ffecting the laying of a fe...

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St. Mary's Church Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 December 1879

Bt. Mary's Church Bazaar The final act in counoction with the St. Mary's Church Bazaar will come off to-night, when the drawing for further prizes is to take place. A long Interval has transpired between the holding of the tirst bazanr, which lasted a whole week at the Town liall, and the sup- ! pleinnntal sales of last week, which took place nlso in the Hall, thus realising a material item in addition to the baiidsouie proceeds of the grand bazaar. The takings are almost unpamllelled in our experience, and will amply respond to the demands of the Building Committee, towards satisfying the . o>ts of Church extension at St. Mary's. In fact, if our memory serve rightly, the anti cipations of the Committee are far exceeded, and they have more than sufficient to com plete the <stiinate for the architectural ad ditions originally designed. But our Catholic friends go in for the beautifying of their churches t* a threat degree, and any surplus money in hand will doubtless fi...

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Large German Failure. LONDON, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

Large Oterman Failure. hovoov, Decembers | The firm of Godeffi-oy, of Hamburg, have failed. Tbey had previously applied for assistance from the German Government on the ground of political services rendered by the firm in Polynesia; but their application . was refused.

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Details of the New Zealand Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

Details of the New Zealand Tragedy. THE following details are given in the New Zealand papers of the late tragedy at Well ington : A horrible double murder and suicide were committed on the 10th November by a young man named Clarence Miller, he having shot his father, Edward Miller, fifty-two years of ago, who was ill in bed, and then out his mother's throat with a carving-knife, finally cutting his own with the Bauic instrument. Mr. Miller had been ill during the night, and Clarence (who had been at home for a. few days owing to a bad finger) went to Dr. Francis for some inedicino for his father, which was given him. Mr. Miller then lay down to sleep, and the son ordered the servant to get about her work. At the time no sus | piaon seems to have attached itself to his con duct in any w^y, Miller then fined, a, blank charge at liis father, cut his throat, and mutilated the body. On coming out of the room lie met hie mother taking in coal, and cut her throat, finally going outside, i...

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Attempted Murder of the Czar. LONDON, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

Attempted Murder of the Czar. London, December 4, J It is believed that the late attempt upon the" life of the Czar originated in a plot of the police bureau, in opposition to the proposed new Constitution.

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The remains of Pharaoh's Army [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

The remains of Pharaoh's Army Tub enterprise of this present nge would appear to stop at nothing, judging by an uccount which just reacliea us of a proposition to explore the submarina mysteries of the Hed Sea, with a view to the discovery of | rcunune, which shall afford tangible proof in corroboration of statements set forth in Scripture. It appears that the subject lias ' received tiie practical consideration of M. ; LesFeps, the celebrated French Engineer. The London Timet of a recent dato says: At a kitting of the French Academy upwards of five years ago, M. LoBseps stated, upon the authority of the reports made by his engineers, that " at the time the Israelites left Egypt under Moses's leadership the ebb and flow of the tides of the Bed Sea reached up to the foot of tho Samgaiui, near Lake Tuus&h." If this be correct, it follows that the spot whore the Israelites crossed the Bed Sea was situated not to the south, but to the north of the present extremity of its northe...

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New Zealand Loan. LONDON, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

New Zealand Loan. IjOKDOM, November 4. I The New Zealand Five Million 5 per ceut Joan was issued to-day, the minimum being fixed &b 07£.

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