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The Libal on Mrs. Langtry. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

/M 01 t ? ) Laagtfey. TmfoltewStiff report of Hie jproeecntion of 1 the publisher of London JWi tyUt for; libel j on BIS. Lsngtrr, on*ofthe beauties of Lon don society; to* bceil telegraphed to the Son , Franctawit-Bttiwin^-''? " . ^ ' '' Adolpho Rosenberg. editor and publisher of ; the Toim 'TtotetyTJoornal, was arrested on October 10, by "detective Cluster of the city police, oa~B charge of libel Sefelredibythe fadlotlB Mre. Utngtry and rs;"0&liimilll8' Wt«t. St*. West, m her <»ni|>lifint,'itAfe*( thatdefeficlaiit has accused her of callingin photograph". Mrs. Longfry charges defendant with stating that her husban9)t)A Blod a petition for a dirorce, couplingthe names of the Prince of Wales, and ai^LonBd^bs co-re CornSallis <Wajt v^rqptwjented by Edward Lewis, Bndf. Sr*.:;, bmgtry by Montague Williams. Jft'Itorira «p^iMreafbrthe de fendant. HfT^wvrSt-bnened fhe -case, and explained thfijbit^'&lipsn." He-feaid that MM. Kit. Langttr'fojmded.bi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Peace Party gaining ground in Europe. LONDON, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

The Pwico Party gaining ground in , Europe. LoNjx>kr, December 4, I \Hic ablegates of the Peace Association rc portinff from tho various countries in which meetings have been held, state their object is a general disarmament. The peace' partj generally are gaining ground in Europe.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Police Court. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

Wtrvfck Police Court. SATOBDAT, DECEMBER (). (Before the Police Magistrate.) DieOBDKBLY CONDUCT.-Joints Tircnicr, charged by the policy with , conduct unbe coming to him, pleaded guilty j' and woo then further charged with using language unfit lor ears polite, with assaulting the police, and deetro^nsf Her Majesty's uniform. The Bench, -afterChesrinL' the (evidence of . the arrertln&XJoristable, MorgftnEyoTi, fined the offender SB. or 48 hours in the cells, {or tho first offence; for the second, 10s. or 8 days j for the third, 20s, or 1 days; and for des troying the Constable's uniform, li 2s, or 14 days. , AjbititJ-t-Carl TeUtel appeared on sum mons charged by George Thomas Cox with having assaulted him on Thursday last the 1th iufrtoq^.jttfe thji shop of defendant, in Fiti roy-street Mr.' O'Sullivan appeared for the complainant, and Messrs. Nicholson and Fowiee, for the defendant, who pleaded "not guilty." Qaorge Thomps Gas,, the complain, ant, deposed thit IrtitU'l&am...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Wool Market. LONDON, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

The Wool Market LONDON, December 3. , At the (^Itmyil.w/}plBa4e8 to-day, 89C3 qalfs wore jorttaUjtoL,' WW, umrjret wttf f^ttifer weaktf . -*"» ' ^ T >;« >Jjo»Doj«, Saturday. The wool sale; closed firm to-day without further onangW than£l'«>dy reported. .. !.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Glimpses of Reason. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

GUmimeft of [BT JOHN THE PLODaHMAM/1" V I DON'T feel altogether satisfied fmaui&Oso new by-laws introduced by our Munfiapal Council. They're right enough is far as they're gone, but they Jbavpnt gone far gucfflijL.I fenqy.,_ Of course that tas.on was#. grand idea, kbdJtUB Alder man who conmved it deserved the most sin cere und hoarttalt thanks of a grateful people, but when tbey started the nuisance business at all, they might have gone the " whole hog." Now I have been troubled with two nuisances, and I desire to impress - upon our " civic rulers" the necessity of framing Buch by-laws as will rescue from an .noyonce all lan -iibiding and peace Jlringudti. zens in general, and "yours truly" in particu lar. First my neighbor (whom the Bibje teaches me to love) Jceeps. a. kangaroo fclrfg, and that dog possesses vocal powers of an extraordinary compass - powers which he, exercises'unceasingly from 8 p.m. until "JUS* a.m. It don't matter a ^psn^tb's blessing to that dog. whether...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial. ARGUS[?] [?] Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

Commercial. 'luMMthe Wftbat crop, tnqMBBk BnuMftdjil^QtiiiuiN to bold its ownpanfled, wK&re^ta' to mfi to ?how eome little improvement, and, although - we cannot hope tor anyvery material aOTggM^ in price* with the approaching ChristraasTTn face of a very e»coptional season for all sorts of Dally Produce, still we anticipate, for grow*re, an increased demand in souie lines, formers quotations an «uppHed orsa follow. Uaise, per bushel, 2s.; oats, por bushel, 2s.; h*y.agiWn. 4*i Ew Qatc.°! loose per hmr*8-lfls.; buy, wholesale, pressed i per ton, JB.110s.; hay, wholesale, loose per ton, I 4310s;Hi^ll^^M^^$ 10*, | hay, lucerne, loose per ton, £l\ chaff, oaten, 1 per ton, 4S4;,chat,"lucerne, per ton, S3 16s. doien; J*. i Jrettw. per lb. fid.; baeojvwrib^' M<S Wfjfolyiiii pit lb. J?: j fijjerti? colonial, pel rt-Mi i potatoes, por. too, .<60; onions, p$saMn. ^Wimonay per lb. 44- ? ' SpMfUfcjr Wr- John.Bridge reportsFat ] Cattle- were lower this weeV, priceB ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

The Building Trade. WALLA.OB~& GIBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, & GENERAL CONTRACTORS, Oiry-BTRIIET. WARWICK. 768 1 '? " u. - " [A CARD.] W. GAISFORD, Osipentar, Builder, fc Otonenil Contractor, ' PiECt-^TEEBT, WABWICK. rniMBKR yABrTfoTBio 8npplv of PINE. A' CEDAll and HARDWOOD, of all IeP£$b« M£ dimeotioos, at lowest rates. 8S5 Y CcABi).] VT. G. COKIiEY, iirpattar. SnUdar, and Qcneral Oo tractor, . Pjrcitar.AKP Ort-stBEBis, WARWICK. ;[AOABn.] .' i^. ;;; P;A Of ;E'R (Kegt ;door. io M'Denno(t'a Railway Hotel). 'QuT-BTRSBJV W*»wiuk. N'H iJninrrV ?arrtlr -STrII descriptions at tndtd to promptly, at moderate prioes. >90 ' M7j7^65toE$@ir stoa .«&>. Ccosnlted 0VY. m TVR.,<)'8]ULLtVAN be Cc JU?^(id!y;j»t.,to. RESIDENCE, Tfifi aoyAL HOTEL, J. T. XJBTHBBIDQE, ; ; , ) PROPRIETOR, DEI VATE Bit ting ROOMS forFAMILIES. < 'ii«A, HRSTVCIiABSTABLE. BmC Wfaes and Bpirit» only kept . GOOD 6TABL1K0. :Ti. ' LEfEB RIDGE, '"iv ? KpTAIi HOTBIJ, CoMlMr rf...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] Folicy of the European Powers. LONDON, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. -3 £BEOTBB'B TELEGRAMS.] <$ Folicy of the European Powers. LONDOM. fiaoember 2. ?' Aiticlofcltl the TKmei and Pott ifdU ilanelte ?{ate that u telegram from Berlin poeitivcly ! Mhfirms the tenor of Monday's special lnra bo^c, though without the details. The Timet says that unless the Porte will do justice to the people of Turkey the country must fall into more capable hands. The article in the Pall Mall Gazette says that utter confusion prevails at Stamboul, and that there is no chance of any recovery. The .acttmvt thrWeflwn Powers ISThbroMta no-" cessary. The article also hints that Germany .'irill eventually acquire Holland. r.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY, DEC. 9, 1879. European Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

[ptfiitamsb' bwicz 1 WEEK.] &T9." that terious telegr^ WH(A«eiitil%91us a few days ago, indicating a coalition between tb8<wCintf riMmtpll n . Pwiferstiwth»*< view to the assignment of Constanti nople oten%i^Mjfbi|nAjhe oqj^iand, .ftfj oth^f FrMCBlsitoJiarie&isbftreiif tbepiundei^ in another direction, and tbe*primai" claim* tol Eo£fetod; MM! to: bo f&ifeote^ The step with &ip&£ tbOoiistantinople pnwtMMy mtjBM jfa -dbmembermBnt most aeq^nte iqB4.JvlaM4L^n vxtert all the be entl sesliott Jfcf >nut anticipate | saofi tfffe/ffltfifflplmttetiottiriffese flew Sfatfrj » clailrafor {flbfe^'4'ij|jcrittfy: ppcl.iiiij', proved seaboard, as_'will bring about the.gtyjatest E^^axL ^Tulsion that baa everWaiicu6wB,i. 'Ifyeintentions of the Powers are already felt at Stam boulM stms no chance of 80 that the beginning of v, to he at; band eentbe ctfus4 of BO much bloodshed, andjraeasiness, is . n o w4o 'fes <Kip()sri3 7dflJ ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

News and Notes. [Hr A Ueisbakk Man.J In matters politic or political there is little'" Or nothing to say. Our Colonial Secretary and Postmaster-General are away " up north," both on private business, and I sec by a tele gram that Mr. Palmer lost no time in llock hauipton-the hospital, benevolent asylum* und grammar school all were inspected in one .lay; after which the }'oslm;istcr'Uener>t! and Colonial Secretary took a trip up the railway, und 1 have not the slightest doubt that when Parliament meets the non. A. H. P, will speak "iir one having authority, and not as the Aeribes." The hou. 6. W. Griffith has been admitted to the Victorian Bar. Surely'4 our Sam" does uot intend to leave us; the step, however, is not regarded as insignificant. Iu religious matters we have been treated to tiouio acrimonious correspondence between those who \»u their faith to Bishop O'Quinn and those who think with the Sietcrs of St. Joseph. The text to this inay be found in the fact that the editor ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Late Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

The Late Fatal Accident. A «&atsTEB(At enquiry, touching the death of Paul Christian Pauluen, who met bis death by falling from a staging at the railway bridge across the Condamine, was bold at the Court House on Saturday last, before Ch P. M. Mar ray, Esq., P.M. rrem the evidence of Robt. Scales, a laborer employed At the works, it appears that on Wednesday last the deceased, j who was working with witness* appeared dis- 1 satisfied with some portion of the work, and ascended to a plank staging about 17 feet; from the ground for the purpose of making a better inspection. Apparently from what he saw, deceased ordered witness to give another , turn to the screw which WAS being applied for the purpose of straining an overlaying pile to j its proper position; this he wo£ doing when | the screw slipped, causiug the pile to spring back to its original position, shaking the plank ou which deceased was standing- from under j his feet, andc^usin^ him to full; the unfor tunate man fe...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Good News. London, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

Good News. London, December G» The health of her Majesty the Queen con' tinues to improve, and ahe to now nearly well.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rumored Visit of the Ex-Empress to Zululand. London, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

Rumored Visit of the Ex-Empress to Zululand London, Deoembef 6. Reports which lrnd been previously torrent that the ex-Etnpreni Eugenie, intends shortly to visit Zululind, in order to yiew the spot where the Prince Imperial fell, ate now re vived, and believed to be correct.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

Warwick Municipal Council TUB usual monthly mooting thia Council was held on Monday evening, the lat inst.; Tbte Mayor presided, and there were .present Aldermen O'Sullivuii, Hobertedn, Grayson* Contiell, Orombie, and Quimi. ^ The minutes of the previous wi'e read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Tbo following correspondence was readA letter to Messrs. J, 4 A. Ovorend, in reply to tlieirs of tlio 17th nit. requesting permission to take graved for b.illostiug the line between Oxenhd.ni and Percy-streets, from Douchaur u Creek. The application was refused on the ground of tb» small quantity of gravel within the Municipality available as metal for the i streets. Also a letter to Mr. C. Schnitzerling j -declining to bear the whole cost of repairs-or the bridge on Deuchaur Creek leading to his fu rin; byt o8erum on the recommendation of j tbe Improvement Committee, the sum of .£10 | in assisting tbe applicant t» repair same, pro vided the work be done, in nccordance with the specifications...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Great Fire in Brisbane. Brisbane, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

Great Fire in Brisbane. I {.Brisbane, December 8. During tvheuvy storm this evening a fire broke pat in alaqge two storied wooden build ing occupied by Mr. Doorcy, contractor of South Brisbaue, which has been totally destroyed. The fire is stall burning, but is not expected to spread beyond Mr. Dooreye' premises. . , A man Parted John'MoOorrtiick emjdoyed at the Dry dock was found dead this morning Bear his bnt»>i)ei«aed was subject to Mb which iff supposed to hare been the cause of death. THE PULPIT IS WABWIOK.-In our next Saturday's issue will appear a notice on the Bevd. Mr. Osborne, cutatG of St. Mark's, to' which will be appended a sermon preached by him on Sunday morning, 30th prox. . EtTTEBTAimtiNT.-Our readers will seo, on reference to our advertising columns, that the members of the Warwick Lodges of Odd fellows intend giving a Musical Entertain ment at the Town Hall to-morrow evening, as a wind up to the days Bports got up by the Brotherhood for tbe amusement of the pub...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Attempted Assassination of the Czar. Further particulars. ST. PETERSBURG, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

Attempted Assassination of the Ozw Fnrther partlcukrs. Sr. pETitBfiBUBo, Decembers. From additional particulars to hand in rtfer fBee to Hie attempted assassination HI the Ctar at Moscow, it appears that the escape of Cest is entirely attributable to tb* (aak th it the orders for the departure; of the tnt^n eon iveyinghi* 'JnafeBty 'ana Wuite -and 'of that conveying.thairjMgjpiffa were reversed. But for this the attempt upon the Czar's life would certainly have succeeded. I' lus bwn^awrMfcedj'tbB.t the" explosives ?ere wed from a house adjoining the railroad ty vhicfi tfotypr.OTM'travelling. The line' Completely tunnelled by the explosion, which was fired us the baggage train passed. Th$ ®TP?tTfora escaped; undiscovered, and' W yet the police are believed to have obtained no clue. The news «f the attempt created «. profound senBation here.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
(OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.) The Wool Sales. LONDON, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

MB8SA<SE.) . ; The Wool Sales. LONDON, December ?. The present aeries will close to-Mght. The tone has bgdn fltftPttiMughout. I< The totlA bales catalogued were 130,809. Duriog tbe entire series 4700 bales have been withdrawn.-.- . r ST.CTWMhtjtio, Ofeofcmber 6. , T^e retimed ^rom Moscow to-day..

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mr. Gladstone at Edinburgh. London, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

Mr. iCttadstpae ut ilSdintrargb. J London, December C. The Bight Hon. W. E. Gladstone, in his, final speech at Edinburgh, vehemently de nounced the foreign policy of the.Government, and iatitb Mpecislly the Afghan war, which he characterise*! as dastardly.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Arrests for attempt on the life of the Czar. ST. PETERSBURG, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

Arreatefor Attempt on the life of the Ozfll. ST. PETSRHBOEG, DECEMBER 6. Tne police have arrested two persons sus pected ot; having attempted the. life of the Upmr at Mtecow. ? > ' i ? .

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

FtOMLtNE itkw AND. BREATH,t- A few drojw of Uanid " FlorUiof" UiriuUtd on ft wet tooth-bruah prodooeS It pleaaantintber, which iltfianr, |ln( the MM^(Wbrp«rlj-*liite' S?"!!#* {"fwuieto the-breath. It nnioTM all tanpleaaant odour analog froiQ de cayed teeth or tobacco smoke. 1' The Fragrant Fioriline," being oompoaed in part of Hose; and sweet herb»,-i»delfeiou«tothe t«l», and tbe gitsterttotlet dlaooveryof the age. Price2i6d, of all*CK4niiiU and'Werfanen. . Prepared by HetiTy C. Gallup. 403 Oxford-street London. T«Mat AHKUOKS jlKd JtolWUSKMBrt-AlI suffering tnntfMjtlHtoTfftfeWniPiaU DM* will be agreeably .omriaed at the aim out ini. msdUdeinlMf atoMbf th6>«w k>f ."'BrowS's BroashtsHlfceahet.K . r jTkeM;/amoi» Vknage# an now eold by moat reipeftablsdicmifta in tiiia oonntry at la l{d JW box. People troubled with a .. backing eoagh," a " alight eoMfl WjkWrthial affectioni, cannot try tlwwlto»M>un, ai similar trouble*, if al)fre4tttVKgrau, result in aeHoni PiOmMWr,andiAatbm&am...

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