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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 December 1879

WANTED a Fcroalo GENEKAL SER- | YANT, ajijily tn Mhs. Luvy, Dragou etroot. 1173 WANTED to be known tlmt tho CHEAP I MEAT COMPANY'S SHOris almost1 the only one in Australia where JOINTS of I PBIME HEEF can be imrcliuecil ut lid per lb. 1129. WASTE)! Hnnaoltcnpcrsto try SANDER SON'S 11AK1NU I'OW DlJll unci SANDEHSON'ri WASHING C11YSTAL. Solil l«y all Oroccis, anil Wholesale by J'" Sanheusos. Kelvin Grorc-roud, Jliigbauv. 974 Town Ball, Warwick. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10. M.U.I. 4&SV 0.0. p. A. mW&ZGM. ASO DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT In eiil of the Building Fund of THE ODD FELLOWS' HALL, WILL be tjiven ou the above date by mom bora of the Warwick Lodges, assisted by other Amateurs. Programme. PART I. OVERTURE OrEMKa Cuoni's The Itiver is Up" ... I SONO-"Silver Moonlight" ... ...I COMIC Sonu-" Vou may Kiss mo nud Ca-I P ress Me" ... "./S Song-" 'Tie but a Little Faded Flower" I a COMIC SONO-" Hannah, how's your Ma VI Jg SONO-"Still I Love Thee'" . . FINALE Interval of Fi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Bushrangers. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

The Bushrangers. THE ljUBhrangera were brought up at the Criminal Court, Sydney, on Wednesday. The Court was crowded, and tho excitement was uoBt unusual. Tho jwlice had great difficulty in keeping order. Mr. Want, barrister for the prisoners applied for an adjournment of the case until Februaiy . but his request wqb refused. The cases, however, were ultimately adjourned^until Monday. It has since transpired that one of Moon lite's gang is a youth named Francis Johns, lately treated at the Ballarnt Hospital for a severe injury to his left hand. It seems that | about two months ago he wag decoyed by | Moonlite, upon the pretext of obtaining work i in New South Wales. Scott had tried to entice other lads from Ballorat. The youth bore a good character, and attended the 1 Weeleyan Sunday School Upon ascertaining j the fonts,* petition, signed by over 50 resi dents of Ballarat, was got up and forwarded to Sydney on hiB behalf. I Mr. fRebard Thatcher, from Victoria, had a long "lntemew wi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Trial of the Bushrangers. (Before Mr. Justice Windeyer.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

Trial of the Bushrangers. (Before Mr. Juetico Windeyor.) THE trial of the bushrangers was resumed on Wednesday morning. Scott was at once ; called upon to proceed with his defence. He ' replied that he hod furnished the Crown with 1 a list of witnesses whom he wished brought froui Victoria, but that ho did not know whether they had been summoned or no. He , then fluid he would weal and exatuitio the nine constables and volunteers whose evldenco i had been given for tho prosecution. lie 1 questioned several of the constables, and I called Mr. Richmond Thatcher, who gave evidence as to the prisoner having started on a lecturing tour aotno'time ago. Scott closed 1 hiB defence after the adjournment for lunch, 8ajlog he would call no further evidence. Mr. Want, the counsel for the other prisoners, theu called Dr. Tolynack, who deposed to having received letters from tho sister of the prisoner Williams, from the He v. Mr, Quick, superintendent of the Weslcyan I circuit, Ballamt, and from ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Pulpit in Warwick. (AS VIEWED FROM THE FEW.) THE REV. E. C. OSBORNE, ST. MARK'S [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

Tho Pulpit in Warwick. (AH VIKWKD I'DOUJilR PEW.) HEV. E. 0. OSBOUXE, ST. MARK'S Wi: introduce 1 our readers to-day, with no blight, feelings of pleasure, the Rev. E. C. Osborne, ot St. Murk's. Like the respected Rector oF that. Church. h> is doin;,' much by a conscientious exercise uf liiB bicilmI functions, to ivin back to the ranks of our mother church many of the descendantsof those who Receded from tier in the by-gone and callous days of church rales mid indifforentism. Within the pant quarter of ft century tho old church at llouie ban wonderfully regenerated. Inspired by a Rood exiunple from the Hierarchy, tho clergy in England have been aroused to a lively sense of their responsibilities, und to day the giddy fox-hunting parson is nowhere t<) be found-he is like the Dodo, a tiling of the past. The Colonial Church has had a happy experience in her many appointments i from the never tiring and zealous Bishop Selwyn, down to tlic meekest- curate, and to the integri...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AMATEUR ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

AMATEUR ENTERTAINMENT. A numerous audience assembled to wit ness the dnimatic and musical entertainment given in tho Town Hall in the evening by the members of the Odd Fellows lodges and other amateurs in aid of tho building fund of the proposed new Odd Fellows Hall. The first part of the entertainment consisted of nigger ministrelsy interspersed with the usual sprinkling of jokes and comic songs. Most of the performers acquitted themselves very creditably* in the singing- and acting"-soiwp of tho jokes were rather ancient. "Loral allusions" were freely introduced, but our colored friends would do well to remember in the future that this kind of thing should bo well done, but not by any means over* done. Aw amusing force, " An Unwarrant able Intrusion/' formed the second part of the entertainment. The two gentlemen who essayed the somewhat difficult task of amus ing the audience for nearly an hour hod every re ison to feel satisfied with the success which attended their efforts. A g...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Southern District Court. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

Southern District Conrfc. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11. OEUETWAL JURISDICTION. XBufoirth Bitting of tho above Court, for the present year, commenced this morning at ten o'cloct, before his Honor District Court Judge Pari; Mr. Virgil Power prosecuting lor the Crown. mqaht. Uargarri Hawlct, alias Hancock, alituQaopey, having baud the charge road, pleaded "Guilty." Mr. Nicholson addressed the Court in behalf of prisoner, briefly stating the nature of the extenuating circumstances under which he bugged for lenisnoe, and concluded by praying a light sentence for his client. His .Honor, after a short deliberation, pointed out to prisoner her position, and sentenced her to one month's imprisonment in Too wopmba gaol. rOBOlMO AND UTTEBINO. John Tampion for forging and uttering a ] certain cheque at Warwick on tlie 7th ultimo, pleaded "Guilty" aud was sentenced to two years imprisonment in Brisbane gaol, with hard labor. . LARCENY. William jtsdfon and Christopher <7en(, de scribed «s new...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Late Duke of Portland. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

The Late Duke of Portland. (BY ONE WHO KNEW HIM.) The telegram which reached us on Tuesday, announcing the death of the Duke of iPort- ' i land, calls for a few passing remarks upon that most eccentric nobleman. In a secraoed part of Nottinghamshire stands Welbeck Abbey-one of the largest mansions in Eng land, nt which the <ute Duke constantly resided, almost leading the life of a hermit. He was a man of Tysonian tastes, and was commonly known as a "woman hater," but he kept up an immense establishment, pto- ' portionatn to his|Princely residence, for the number of bedrooms alone at Wclbeckruns to nearly 300, which, of course, required periodical attention. Hut the work was all done by male servants, and His grace patted the life of a bachelor, attaining the unusual span of fourscore years, with all his miserable eccentricities. Of .late yeara he h^B regularly employed some throo. <ar fo^ir hundred mechanics at the Abbey, and his gfaat delight was bricks and mo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Disastrous Floods in Hungary. LONDON, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

Disastrous Floods in Hungary. LONDON, DECEMBER 3. Great floods have taken pl&co in Gross wardein, Hungary, by which thousands of pmons nrc rendered homeless Adjoining villages are also threatened with floods.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Sydney SENTENCE OF DEATH ON THE MOONLIGHT GANG. December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

Sydney SENTENCE OP DEATH ON THE MOON LIGHT GANG. December 18. Moonlight and bis gang have been all (sen tenced to death without the slightest hope of mercy. Lateb PiBTrccrLms. After the Judge's summing uj>, wliicli occu pied five hotira, the jury retired to consider their verdict, and were absent two hoars. They returned into court with a verdict of "Guilty," recommending Bogan, Williams, and Bennett to mercy. , Scott (Moonlight) made a rambling speech/ professing his determination to die like a man, and asked if the law permitted that hiB body might be given to his friends for burial at Gundasni, where Neahitt was buried. Williams and Bennett displayed consider able emotion. The Judge, in passing sentence, made a most severe speech against the prisoners, and warned them all to prepare for death. The Court was crowded, and hundreds re mained outside to hear the result of the trial. Much excitement prevails, but no disorder. SiX)tons of stuff got by Hsckett and party at Currajtng,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

S_ NUNN'S. FRESH ARRIVALS. MOBE Fashionable Drapery, Newest Styles in Men's and Boys Clothing, Best Bands in Groceries and Oilmen's Stores, New Fruits, Now Seasons Teas, Superior Crockery and Prime Produce. The following quotations are intended as a guide to country buyers who are not so well posted up in Nunii's prices current as his own Town Customers. Black Lustres, 6|d. Grey Lustres, 5$d. TESBO Clotli, 4|d. Kid Gloves (the celebrated Josephine), 2s. 2d., worth 4s. 6d. Ladies' Trimmed Skirts, 2s. 9d., usual price Ss. 6d. Mosquito Nets, 8£d. Ribbons (full widths), 4Jd. Ladies' Lace Falls, 3d. each, usual price 2s. Prints (good patterns, fast colors), 4id. Large Mushroom Hats, 2s. 9d. Navy Blue Batistes Plain Black Prints. Green Prints. A large lot of Men's and Boys' White Shirts, 2s. lid. ; worth from 3s. 9d. to 7s. 6d. A large lot of Men's Tweed Trousers at 9s. 6d.; worth 13s. 6<L Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests, 16s. Cd.; usual price 24s. Gent's Indian Gauze Shirts, Is...

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Hostilities between Albanians Montenegrins. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

Hostilities between Albanians Montenegrins. I The Albanians continue to show hostility towards tho Montenegrins, as the latter per | eist in claiming the cession of certain territory I in accordance with the treaty of Berlin. Upon the Montenegrins taking possesion of Gusiuje, the inhabitants forcibly resisted the surrender of the town. They were, however, defeats after a short eng&guient.

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

Brisbane. [FBOH OUB OWN COBBEBPONDENT] ?f December 12. ' Thq jenqniry into th? Gladstone fire shows it to have been the work of an incendiary. A large reward will be offered by the vari ous Insurance Companies, and Government will be -Mkad to join.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Mystery of Berkeley Square. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

The Mystery of Berkeley Square. iHE following most extraordinary pari graph is from tfayfair of a few month* back. Ittnay be a hoax j but if so, Uayfair is a , J journal that ought to know better:-"The mystery of Berkeley Square still remains a mystery. Wowere in hones that during the lam fortnight a full, final, and satisfactory answer would hare been riven to our ques-1 tion; hot we hare been disappointed. The Jfcwy ofthe haunted house in the heart of Mayfaif is BO far acquiesced in by the silence of those who alone now the whole truth, and whose interest it ia that the whole truth should be known. That story can bo re capitulated in a few wordB. The house in Berkeley Square contains at least one room of which fae atmosphere IB supernatural!; fatal to bodjyuid mind. Agirl saw, heard, or felt such honor in it that she went mad, and never reoorered sanity enough to tell how or why. A gentleman, a disbeliever in ghosts, dared to sleep in it, and was found a corpse in the middle of th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Marquis of Salisbury on Agricultural Depression. LONDON, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

The Marquis of Salisbury on Agricul tural Depression London, December 10. I The Marquis of Salisbury has made a speech at Watford P (Hatfield) referring to the pro posed establishment of a peasant proprietary in England. Ho declared his opinion that Although it might possibly ensure political safety it could not afford any remedy against agricultural distress.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Separation Day Festivities. ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

Separation Day Festivities. ATIIMJTIC Sl'Ott'L'S. Wehnkbdav boinj: 1 1k> twentieth anniver sary of the establishment of Queensland as an 'independent colony, wns, as usual, observed as a. general holiday* All the places of busi ness were closed, uud flujjs wero hoisted at various hotels and public buildings. Tlie only attractive feature in the day's proceed ings, was the Odd Fellows' sports at the Race coui'se during I ho d'»y, which were poorly attended. The Odd Fellows themselves, wearing their regalia, mustered in pood force «t the Town Hall, at 0 30 a.m., but the Volunteer diepluy was a very indifferent show. A band of five instrumentalists, with a dozen or so riflemen, was not up to the standard of attendance whicli might be ex pected from a corps which registers four times the number of men. The sports passed off well. There was a long programme to wet through, and early in the morning' Mr. G . P. M. Murray was at his post in the capacity of judge in the foot racing, 4c. Th...

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Killarney [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

Killarney [KKOK Qua OWN COERESPONEENT.] T«e meeting announced in the Aryut to come off hare an Saturday evening, to pro teat against the boundaries raorkod out for us under the pivjifional Boards Bill triis postponed, in consequence of the unavoidable absence of two gentlemen prominently inter ested in-the opposition. Although there mi a good muster of Kiilarney fanners,_ it was deemed ' adrl«a>iln not to proceed ?with the discussion until the two gentlemen indi cated were in a position to attend, and the farmers present, pledged themselves to roll np in (rood numbers u^ruiii. The feeling hero is hostile to the measure altogether at this inopportune season, when instead of imposing additional obligations on the poor farmer, ' inattfis should oe made aa lightly as possible for him. Happily, the farmers have less to complain or in the neighborhood of Kiilarney than their less fortunate friends across the plains, whoso wheat crops turned out such a miserable failure. Almost every ev...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Pacific Intentions of Russia. LONDON, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

Pacific Intentions of Russia. LONDON*, December 10. Tie belief that KuBsia intends to observe a more conciliatory policy in Europe is con firmed by a speech made by the Cear at St. Petersburg to-day when receiving addresses congratulating hini upon his recent escape.

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Sentence on the Bushrangers. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

' Sentence on the Bushrangers. THE trial of the Wantabadgery bushrangers has followed swiftly in the trail of their crime, and they were yesterday sentenced to death without hope of mercy. If ever there was a case in which Lynch-law would have been ex cuBAble it certainly was that of Moonlight, who exhibited the utmost brutality in sticking up the inmates at Wantabadgery. It is in deod questionable whether Moonlight would not have suffered the extreme penalty of the law had his freaks ceaesd at the abortive pre parations to execute the station manager. In these days of Kellyista and murderous out lawry stern examples must be made of armed highwaymen whose bands baro been pre viously steeped in crime. The resistance offered by the Moonlight gang was of the most desperate kind. Perhaps the arch criminal. conscious of the inevitable result of his misdeeds, resolved on doing his worst. By his band fell poor Constable Bowen, mortally wounded, for this iB testified to by tho evi dence of ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

WANTED to be known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP )B almost the only one in Australia whero JOINTS of P-RIftfE BEEF can bo purchased at lid per lb. 1129. WANTED Housekeepers to trv SANDER ? SDN'S BAKING POWDER aud SANDERSON'S WASHING CRYSTAL. Sold by all Grocera, and Wholesale by F Sasdeuson, Kelviti Grove-rond, Brisbane. 074 To Iiet. COTTAGE, now pleasantly situated in Putmerin street, South. Apply to A I. iXANUF.it Koukiitson, Palmerin-street. 1187 Wesleyan Church. Warwick THE KEV. PAUL CLIPSHAM win PREACH TO-ilOIlHOW at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. in. SunjEvr yon TJIB Evkniko : - "Thomas tlio representative of those who demand sen suoiis evidence before thev will beliexo." 1182 Postponement of Drapery Sale. OWING to the (joorts not having arrived, the Drapery Sale advertised for TO 1>AY is POSTPONED. Date of Salo will be duly notified. W. C. BALLS. £1 Reward. STRAYED from U'.invielf, a KOAX HOltSE, branded liko .111 conjoined or H near shoulder. The above Reward will be ltniil on ...

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Ministerial Crisis in Spain. MADEID, December 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 December 1879

Ministerial Oriels ill Spain MadbiDJ December 0. A Cabinet cruls bus occurred in conse quence of Ministers being unable to agree on Questions of reform in Cuba.. 1 -fiignor Oandaroebas formed a new Ministry.

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