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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY, DEC. 10, 1870. The Colonial Detective Force. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 December 1879
III? j WABWICK.. TUESDAY, DEC; 10, 1870. The Colonial Detcctivc Force. ; SOUK daj^ ftgo wc were emboldened to express in plain language our opinions ' "ftB to the demoralising influence which '. !. would probably bo brought to boar on the New South Wales police force, from the fulsome adulation and gifts of money, which were being heaped on certain of ite members who partici pated iu the late apprehension of bush rangers, We avo glad to find that the views wo then advanced have since been adopted by cue or two loading journals in this colony. It is needless to return to Iho question oc. monc.7 rewards to the police, as it was sufficiently argued in our previous remarks. But there is another branch of tho police service which cannot be too closely watched, not only on account of the largo mea sure of authority with which its mem bers are invested, but also the extremes to which some tui prudent men would be ? likely to carry their authority. We allude to the Detective Force. Amongst ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 December 1879
To Subscribers and Advertiser." OUB ACCOUNTS for the Quarter ending ScptomWr 30 are now boin;3r delivered, and we would thank our friends for nil Early SETTLEMENT of sitne. 3'Jie issue of the paper %|-«reekly has involved us in licavv expanses, and, should this appeal meet with j^fairreajx^ue. wu^mirosp shortly making a eWl'Turthir attempt to increase' the uscful riesa of tfiep&ber. * AHTHTJB. MOHGAN. , It P. f i'i iSb : t > T; .? Thet/arwick Areus" .^HEB^gMAMTA0,vj1880. OUB asual SpEET ALMANAC will 1)6 ?Pfewnted toBuljaoribtre »iUi the first iasuo of the jirjui-ier 1880. It will have a >-guniBjiteod tapiulation, throughout the town ?1' BJ1& dihUid^PyoO Copies.1 ADTBaTtfifiKti rire requested t6 Bend in their favors oar)y.' Minimum tiaVgc, 6s.; Iar;fc advertisements as per agreement. NOTICE OF KBMOVAX.. niBE "WAIt\VlUK AKOUS" 1g nor.* printed X and pubUJAOdln tlwac next1 commodtoun premlsoo in nklwDnntstroot, Ulioctly on-; iJMlto«>e. . Wall, vben «U orders Ml...
"Gate Money Rapacity." TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ALGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 December 1879
"Gate Money Rapacity." TO TUB ItniTOB Ol' Till! WARWICK AUOtifi. Rm,-I think tho piil'lh MO ind'jfoh'd fco you for your remarks on (lie pnictico adoptod sit the Inlo r.porta of charging persons on every froeh admission to tho mcu course. I went to the coursc early in tin* day Sii-, and it wjis not until I got innid* tlmt I was given to undcrKtand that I should have to pay ngnin upon aLfauipting to conu* a f-ccond time after dinner. Can you Ml me of any Kiinilui' instance whure mi'h !i pin.ct.ic* is adopted? I hop.; it will not bi» uttomplod at any fHfwiu spo:*te» or thos-j win jy Oioui up will nvi3t uwuivdly have tlr,* field to Uiom B(*lv06. VISITOR. DNCONILJOI'LO, 1870.
The Early Closing Movement. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 December 1879
Tiic Early doom;; Movement TO THE HDITOi: OK Till: WARWICK AIWHS. Sir,-Can you inform whether we tiro likely lo onjoy the ptlwicg'* of oarjy houra in Warwick ? I would propose that aeomnwlkv be formed the same us in other towns, and u canvas made of the totvn. It Ihuj been rumored, and I (hiuk the iizuioi' comtvr from good quarter, that Mr. Ilonvite, M.Ii.A., has ex pivssi*«l himself nj^nnst Iho proposal of early closing. If bo, 1 am sorry lo hear it, and I think some influence should he brought to hear oil that worthy Kcndemau to induce hfm to tfivo his support to the movement. I think if the matter had 1x>en properly put before Mr. Horwitz he would have joiued the rest in the movement. YOURSJ &&lt;?., SHOPMAN. [Wc are not aware of any definite utcps having been taken towards (lie Saturday evening early closing movement. Wo ?invij already express?*! our views in favor of the movement, and have beon supported in these views by the advocacy of ministers of religioT...
The Afghan War. BOMBAY, Dccember 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 December 1879
1'he Afghan War. 15oubat, DceemWr 12. I Adricofc have lieon received from Cabul to the effect that, in spite of the precautions taken by General BoborU to ensure the ter mination of the outbreak roeently reported, the hostility uliown l»y the Ghilxais and other tribes bus been followed Ijy a penoral rising near Cabul. Ten thcusind Afghans, com manded by Malioiuet Jnnaor, attackeda 1/odj of IJritish - troops eansi6tir.j* of cavalry and artillery, who were 011 tlieir way to join the brigade under General Macphcrson, march *"0 punish llie tribes wliieli liod out off the supplies for Cabul. The Hritieli made a cjpe purute resistance) Vint- Tfere compelled to spike four guue. These fell into the hands of flip eiK'iny, but were afterwards recovered. Latest advices elate that fighting still con tinueR. NoUiinu LB yet known regarding the British lessee, but tho Afghans havo lost heavily.
Egypt and Abyssinia. CAIRO, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 December 1879
Esypt and Abyssinia. CAIAO, Deeombcr U. Tho luiations iicfrcccn frprypt and Abyssinia qro slill vetv critical despite llio -infamon of Gordon P&lt;uma» which it was believed had re buIUhI iun settlement of the dispute. King John of Abyssinia haa written a letter to the Kbi'dive oxproBshi# his wiUmpnoss to eetiibUgh penco. provided tin? conditions nre peoo^inocd by the European Powers. As the letter does not contain ail oflvr 1o renounce iho claimy' matin 1 >y AbjE.sbn.a to the Imvn of Afm&ottuh, (he Ifliodivo has ordered u batta lion, of ta'oops to procecd thither and ovoct aatUf&Ction, unices the c)ahu is *vithdrawn.
Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 December 1879
Brisbane. I [ritOM OUB OWN COBBSBPONDEST] Ducciubcr IS. A uuli named Thomas GuUid^e, Bupposed to liavo friends fn Sidney, was drowned at Breakfast Creek, near Bowou bridge., to-day, whilst bathing. The body lias not beun recovered. Tucrn ivna a Cabinet luceling to-day, and Major IJInsdarcd ves ftppcinted Mil/tntj- Cora innudunt of tbo Queensland Volunlosrs. Wauwick Hosmtal.-Wc arc #lad to find that this Institution has suddenly been fa vorod by a very happy acccesion ot subscri bed. Yesterday was the last opportunity af forded for paying up subscriptions to entitle subscribers to vote at tlio next annual meet* injr, and upon enqu5,,y at this Secretary's of fice after 4 o'clock, we were informed that no less than hud been established on payment of the usual subscription. This unexpected incrdso iu the hospital finances has, we presume, been effected by some 14 un designed coincidence," and must prove gra tifying to those *vlio have the welfare of such au excellent institution at hcai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 December 1879
The Building Trade. WALLACeTSc GIBSON CARPENTERS. BUILDER8, & GENUAL I CONTRACTORS, 1 Gdy-btbeet, WARWICK. 768 [A OABD.] W. GAISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, tc Gtonsral Contractor, | PmOT-STEBBT, WARWICK.. TIMBER YARD, for the Supply ol PIKE, CEDAR, ud HARDWOOD, of all lengths ud dimensions, at lowest rates. 8S5 [OABD.] W. G. CONLEY, Carpenter, Builder, and General Con tractor, Fdtsot AND Gmr-sTEBrrs, WABWIOK. 686 [A OMUl.J F. PAL~MERO, Obbittet-i&aksf and Upholaterar, Matress 1 ud FftlHwwe Maker, (Next door to M'Dermott's Railway Hotel), Gut-BTBXET, WARWICK. N.B.-Joiner*! work of all descriptions at-1 teidsd to promptly, »t moderate prices. 896 k~J. O'SULLIVAN, MD., M O B &o. DB. O'SULLIVAN may be Ccnsnlted I dally at his RESIDENCE, At STRKET, Werwiok, 661 THE ROYAL HOTEL, | Pamsrik-btbbkt, WABWICE. J. T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, pRIVATE Sitting ROOMS lor FAMILIES. | A. FIR8T-OLAS8 TABLE. Best Wines and Spirits only kept. GOOD STABLING. J. T. LETHBRIDGE, XtoTAlj...
COURAGEOUS LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
COURAGEOUS LADIES. Afew days ago a very interesting presenta tion whs inadc at Padstoir, on tbe count of Cornwall, to five young ladies-the Misses. I'ridaolix Bumu and Ifiai Nora O'Sbaugh tiesay-in the shape of five silver medals and .votes ill scribed on' Vellum, which lind been >Uirafcded to them by the National LifelxKit Institution, in wknoirledgnient of their Intrepid and&lt;lct£rmined eervioes in proceed ing m their lovt through a rough nea and saving, at considerable rift of life on exhausted nUor from a boat which had benn capsized,, durfng eg Daily weather, off Pudstow. Toe pre , aentation was made at n meeting of the com ' mlttee'of tbePadstow lliuncb of the National | I/lfeboat Inttitutinn, by the Itov. Kichattl XfpdfCi tlWjJoial honorary secretary. The ladies wore their boating costumes on the occa . . sion,. .Heir father, Mr. Prideaux Burnc, re . i tamed thanks «n their behalf for'the honour thus conferred on them by the institution, and expressed the gi atif...
AN EDITORS' STREET FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
AN EDITORS' STREET FIGHT. Between eleven anil twelve o'clock tlio other night Mr. Ijaboucberp, tin; editor of : Truths wits in, King William .Street, St mini, in the net of hailing u passing hansom' cub, whensudilenly he .fqlt a blow on his. bead which seriously damaged his but. He at Ant thought it had heen aimed nt the cab irfieiyfor'it WBB «o dark that U wan difficult to distinguish objects clearly, but on looking; round he perceived a stout liaingflourishinga . flick, nod performing a sort of war dunce. Iau^iuiii|( thatiit was some lunatic running , tt-muck ibipugli the streets, he at once closed . withhlaussailaut, and both began pummelling madiuffing each nthur after tbe simple but komewhotineffective mode of thoBe who have hot made the noW&rt of pugilism a study. Of com se a cio*do6Il(scted and interfered to .epante 'the -tw.\'l Mif. Jjabouchei e then dis covered that lie wMi Engaged in single combat . with Mr. Edward Levy Lawson, the editor of " the/>«''Iy Tetffi'...
Our European Mail. [LATEST ITEMS] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
Our European MalL [LATEST ITEMS] We are just in receipt of th»» European Mail and give !>e)nw some of the most inter" . esting extracts from it. In addition (o the Mail, a bulky supplement iu jjiven, di»«erip- ; live of the exhibits tit the Sydney Kxhibition. Several of tlie items we art sure will be rood 1 with advidity wore particularly thoso relat ing to Q'ii»e»«laml, which iu one instanci* reminds us uf the old proverb that you uiunt go from houie for news. AOhTllAMAN r.ANl> AMU PABTOIIAI, COM* PANT (LIMITED).-ThiB company iR formed with A capital of XB IO.OOO. to take over a large estate of fii»ebold grating ground, amounting to 1^7,291) acres, nnd the stock and plant, now belonging to Messrs- Bull & Sons, in the district of Jimbour, Bn;iraba and IVestland, about ICU miles from llrinbano, the capital of Quei'mdund, with which city i there is communication by menus of the ] Southern nnd Western Hail way. The vulua- J tion of the property, ns given by the Honor- j a...
Warwick Police Court. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
Warwick Police Court. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19. (Before tbe Police Magistrate, and Thompson, Esq., J.P.) WIFE DESEBTION.-Julia ll-Cabe v. Thomas M'Cabe. This case. ynw dismissed for the nou-appearanco of the plaintiff. SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING.-A special meeting of the Cuuncil was held on Wednes day afternoon for tbe purpose of receiving and opening tenders for clearing Bit hurst burr and Thistles within the Municipal ty, and (On the Warwick Commonage. The membo.s present were Aldermen Connell (in the Chair), Quinu, Robertson, Grayson, and Johnson. There were twelve tendere opened-seven for the town, and five for the Common. These showed an unusuilby wide variation, ranj? ri ; from £101 to £11 9s for the Hunicipality; aud.frum jBTB to £12. for the!. Commonage. The tenders of Denis Higgins, ut ill fls, Tor the Municipality, and that of James Haydon. at £12. for (he Commonage, were accepted. It was proposed Ihnt the-Mayor should be empowered to pay tbe Corporation laborers a fortnight's wag...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, DEC. 20, 1879 Intolerable Literature. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
' [poblibhed ;twice a .WEEK.] WABWTCK: SATTJBDAY, DEC. 20, 1879 Intolerable Literature. PEW will bo found to take exception to the sentence passed upon tbat lewd ?coundrel ROSENBERG, the proprietor of a " Society" Journal in London called Town Talk.' Xondon has been afflicted for some time by these so-called society periodicals; and. next to Town Tdac,\ obm'e tbo World; edited by EDMUND TAXES, and Truth, by LABOUCHIEBE. i Each of these journals has for the past year or two indulged in the grossest ] personalities, concerning persuns in | nigh station, until at last the nuisance becamej &lt;intolerable. We are indis posed to detail in our columns the malicious and invented tale published ... by Tpwn Talk about Mrs. LANGTBT, tQ grTo' tt>e_qne(referring to Mrs. COBNWAUIIS WEST, which was false frinSj to end-'the outcome of "BOSENBEBVS too fertile imagination. But the libel on Mrs. LAKOTBT WAB a far more serious and provoking matter. 'For six consecutive weeks, ROSENBERG pers...
Warwick Petty Dabts Court. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16 (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
Warwick Petty Dabts Court. TuBUDAY, DkCEHBCU 10 (Before the Police Mii^istrate.) The usual fortnightly sitting of this Court was held to-day, when plaintiffs obtained verdicts in the following undefended cases H. Benjamin and Co., v. Liny Ryan* dishonored order for payment, £5 2s. 7d. Verdict for amount claimed with all costs. Mr. Nicholson, ucting for Mr. O'Sullivan, for plaintiff. F. S. Sutor v. P. Tiernan, eroods sold, £15 2a. Gd. Vordiet for amount cl timed with. all costs. Mr. Fowles for plaintiff. T. A. Johnvon v. Templeton, poodfl sold, £ » 2s. lod. Verdict for amount claimed with costs. Jane Mds8 V. A. P. B. Jerks, 1>oard and lodging &c., £4 7s. Gd. Verdict for £2 12s. Gd. and costs. Mr. Nicholson for plaintiff* Mr. Fowles for defendant. Henry Jones v. Sa»u«, work and labor done, £7 10s. Verdict for C3 8s. 9d. with all costs. Mr. Nicholson for the plaintiff, Mr. Fowles for the defendant. Kstate of Mark M'Donald v. M. Carey, continued for service. John Newton v. Th...
CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communtcations unless on subjects of public [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor toiti not be responsible for any opinions or vtetcs expressed by correspon dent*, andiBtU always reject personal com muntcations unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by ihe signa ture of the author.] Information Wanted. TO the snrros of the warwxck A ROUS. DEAR NIB,-^1 observe that applications, stating fees* are called for assessors or valuators for the ensuing year. Now, bi'foie putting applicants to the trouble of applying, it would be veil to know ib the Town Clerk to obtain the position in the same way us he did last year. Tf its a fore gone conclusion that he is to pet the appointment, or ip to allowed to take the position, what ib use of applying ? Information from you, Mr. Editor, or some j one able to frive an opinion, will oblige. * 1 Tour truly, ASSESSOR.