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THE EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA. London, December 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
THE EMPEROR OF AUST1SIA. London, December 18. The Empsrorof Austria has made a speech refering to the defensive alliance with Germany and guaranteeing the muintonanco of the peace of Europe* SCHOOL EXAMINATION.-On Tucslay an ex omination of teachers, pupil teachers, find candidates for admission into the service of the Depurlmr nt of Public Instruction, was commenced nt tho West Warwick Stale School, whim fifty-two candidates presented themselves for examination. Mr. J. A. 1 'anny presided, and was assisted by Messrs. Deabois, King, jind MNjj]. Tho p vceedings have looted the whole «f the Wt»ok. and the p^peis will he forwarded to the Police MAgistrat^, for tmnsiniHsiou l.y hiui t> tli * Kc!u:ntion Department.
Gate Money Rapacity. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
Ctate Money Rapacity. TO TEE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUE. Flu,-In your issue of to-day appears a letter, signed "Visitor," which, by desire of tbe Committee of the late sports, I ask spice to reply to. In the first place, I defy "Visitor," to name one person who was charged twice for a adaiision tbrou rh the gate: and, secondly, on the authority of the purchasers of the gate. I deny that "Visitor," or any other person " was given to under stand that if ha came out he would have to pay to go fo again." Our body bos annually catered for tbe amusement of the public, and thiB is the first time I have noticed any complaintthrougb the press. Nevertheless I cau assure "Visitor" ihat was done on the 10th inst will be done in the future, whether we have his presence or not. Yours truly, JOHN ROUTER, Hon. Sec to Kporto Committee. December 10th, 1879.
Death of Mr. Wm. Houghton Hayes. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
11 Death of Mr. Win- Houghton Bayes. IT is seldom indeed that the people of Warwick have to deplore tbc deoaase of a man who was (he friend of eveiybody and the enemy of none, botin the deith of Mr. | William Houghton Hayes, on Wednesday, it may truly be said we have sustained such; a loss, Truth will live for ever, and if Mr.' W. H. Hayes" opposition were exercised on any occasion, it was invariabiy tofightdown evil, and support good. He cajie amongst 11 h in June, 1877, to assume the position of senior partner in the we I known steam mills of W. and O. Hayes, at the Bailway Station,: In his commercial relationship he will ever be remembered for his sterling and upright habit of dealing; in his private capacity as a gentleman and a scholar, be can never be forgotten. Although afflicted with a para-' lytic affection which would have prostrated uwst men, his pluck and courage excited him to action whenever occasion arose for hii open advocacy and support in any par-, ticulardirection...
The Member for Warwick and his Pet Grievance. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
The Member for Warwick and his Pet Grievance. MR. JACOB HORWITZ, M.L.A., is evidently a very KensiIiindividual Lilti' Cowire wife, the member for Warwick considers thilt in every action of a public nature lie should he viewed as above suspicion. The very mention of hia name in these columns in tlic most casual way excites liis iro to an extra ordinary pitch. Now and again we receive correspondence which sometimes refers to the member for Warwick. The slightest com ment on nur part is sufllcient to arouse a hos tile disclaimer, in which nur motives are grossly distorted and misrepresented. Of course it is easy to trace a cause for ull this, and if Mr. Horwitz, M.L.A. imagines that such attempts at " nobbling" the Argus are to be tolerated passively, wo fear ho will yet meet disappointment The facts are these. When the present member for Warwick an nounced his candidature for this borough, it very slightly strained our understanding in considering Mr. Horwitz's fitness to represent "W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
The Building Trade. WALLACE-& GIBSON CAllPKNTBHS, BUILDERS, & General CONTRACTORS, Guv-rtrket, Waiiwick. « 70S [A CARD.] W. GAISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, 6 General Contractor, j PERCV-btiiret, WAUWICK. fFNMBKR YABI>7Tor the Supply of PIKE, ] X CEDAR, anil HARDWOOD, of all . leqgtbs and dimensions, at lowest rates. 835 I [CARD.] W. G. "CONLEY, Carpenter, Bnllder, and General Con- J tractor, Fitikov AND Gut-strbets, WARWICK, [A CARD.] F. PALMERO, Gabinet-m&kar and Upholsterer, Matress | and Paillasse Maker, (Next door (o MTOlmott's Railway Hotel), Gur-BrneET, Warwick. ? ??. N.B.-^JoinoirV work oi ull deicriptioas at tended ioprtmipHy, at moderate prices. 896 mTX" O'SULLIVAN, MB., M.Q S «Sd». i',TkR. O'SUJjMVAN may 1>o Consulted I JLJ daity at his RB8IDENCE, GVST ?STRFET, Warwick. 655 THE ROYAL HOTEL, | P^nw^imi, WAUWICK. J. T. LETHBRIDGE, . PROPRIETOR, . A FIB8T-CLAB8 TABLE. But Wines and Spirits only kept. | GOODSTABU^O. J. T. le¥5BRIDGK, HOTEI,, ;' Come...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
I (To Subscribers and Advertisers. OUR ACCOUNTS for tbo Quartor ending September SO arc now bein£ delivered, and we would thank our friends for an Early SETTLEMENT of same. The ibbuc of the paper bi-weekly bos involved us in heavy expenses, and, should this appeal meat with a fair response, w*» purpose shortly making a etill further attempt to increase the useful Bess of the paper. ARTHUR MORGAN. The 11 Warwick Argus" SHEET ALMANAC, 1880. OUR usual SHEET ALMANAC will be Presented to Subscribers with the first issue of the Argun far 1880. It will have a guaranteed circulation, throughout the town and district of TOO copies. . Actektibke* are requested to send in tbeir favors early Minimum charge, 6s.; large advertisements aa por agreement. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. mfix "WARWICK ARG178" U now printed J- sad pnblifthed inthosonfiw commodious In Palmsrin-ctroot, dlrootly op posite the Town Hall, wbere nil orders and oommunloations ore rcqnostod to be sent in future. ARTHUR MORGAN. S*pteB>t...
The Afghan War. BOMBAY, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
The Afghan War. 1 BOMBAY, DeccmberlB: 1 Further details in connection with the fighting at Cabul on the 14th instant, show that the Afghans numbered 30*000. Their attacks have been so desperate that General Boberte, who has lost one of his guns, has telegraphed to the Vice my that help is urgently needed. Later telegiams state that tho advance of Colonel Gouufe has been sus pended through the hostile t ibos holding tho passes beyond Gundnmuk, but General Rob?rLs ,B reported to be in strong position.
Further defeat of the Afghans. Bumbay, December 14, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
Further defeat of the Afghans. B jmbay, December 14, Later intelligence from (Jabul etutee that* after the recent engagement between General Macpherson's troops and tho Kohstauis on the II th instant, the enemy concentrated in a position on the heights behind Cabul. On tho )2tb General MePherson a^ain attacked them, bat was unable to dislodge them, owing to the difficult nature of the country. General Baker afterwards joined his forces to those of General Macphereon, and the attack was re newed on the 13th. The combined forces in* flicted a 6&lt;*vere defeat upon the tritie, who were completely driven from their position.
FOREIGN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
V. v KOREIUN COMPETITION. ''fllfere la u plmw of forui^n competition with ErijkUh tnule which is not vory oftnn tnktiii intosbrouiit. The pivio nt kiiiMcii lirijfliton iug up of littHiiiL'BD ill &lt;Jlimi»ow unit oilier iron centre* is the icault of onlera from Am erica, but there nro othor ironmiwU'iii in Europe who am ciL'^i'rly watching for n slniro. at lc««t, of the older# wbirh fur- iivi-iviiij; fmui the Kur Wont. In lM(,'iinii. for in »ljinue, tin jc in mi i'iiK«r &lt;lo«iu' In iiieieiuse tli» Itfl^nofS of tliofl* u:itry. «ml m> Htone in |e!& AluKfPfff il I" unliinvo this object. Tlio ft'jjorlixf tin; of wiuuivruo of tho country nre full of .irgumeiitH tending to show tlio absolute nenenMty which uxintx of finding markets abroad for lie^iiiu pioduclmitn. Nor Imvc uclivo slopn wmiting in lhit> direction, A mimeum Iiuk been opened, or is on the point &lt;>f being o]>e»ed, in Shanghai, winch tontaitiH fliiuiph'H. patterns, and npoci...