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TIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
TIN MARKET. It will be good news for uwny shippers in Qoeenshnd uiat a considerable advance has taken phtce in the price of tii>a and it may be hojvd that matters have been so arranged that tiie money obtained for tbosbipraenluoii the spot will benefit those who shipped sinco preMnt demand is more than a. temporary" . apart, and tbe result of the undoubted im provement in trade which was foreshadowed In these columns some time since. Copper, - too, which has been so long under a cleud, now uivsents a brighter side, and holders are congmtuiating themselves on considerably enhHBC.-d valuer. The lovivol of values in Iivn is also another indication of an improve ment in trade, and as the value of Ml articles in the manufacture of which iron enters may be expected to go up, clearly colonial Importers who hare stocks on hand will nap the benefit of this advance. Altogether, then, the signs of the time* are mote healthy, and it may be hoped tlint, by tboeo gradations which the initiated...
Desperate and continuous attacks by the Afghans. CALCUTTA, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
Desperate and continuous attacks by the Afghans. CALCUTTA, December 15. Intelligence has been received by the Vice roy, stating that, since tho engagement of December 12 and 13, the Afghans have attain concent rated their forces, and yesterday ad' vanoed in great force on the British posi tions. Continuous fightiug is taking place on all sides of Cabul, and the attacks made on Generals Baker and Macpherson are BO per. sistent that General liobarts has been com pelled to summon strong reinforcements from Gundamuk und Jcllalabad, in order to strengthen the forces under his command. BOMBAY, December 15. The losses among the Afgh &lt;ne in the recent engagement have neen er^rmous. The loss of the British in killed und wounded are ; 110. General Huberts has telegraphed to the Viceroy tb*t be intends to re»attftck the Afghans with great force unless dispersed meanwhile. CALCUTTA, December 15. A later telegram from General Roberts i fully confirms the reports of continuous fight- I...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
MISCELLANEOUS. A Thouohtfui. Matok.-The Mayor of Uiifibiirj-, Mr. William Edmunds (of the firm j of Messrs. Hunt & Edmunds, brewers), line ; announced that in consequence of the com- I inercial depression, and the probability that ' many people during the winter will be suffer- I I ing to a considerable extent from poverty, be j has resolved that instead of giving the usual | corporation dinner he would present 1001. to various charitable and literary institutions in . : the town. i THE New LORD MATOB OF LOHDOS is Sir i Francis Wyatt Truscott, the head of the well- j known printing firm of James Truscott & Hons, i of Suffolk (.line, Cannon Street. He was born ' at Truro in 1824, and received the honour of : knighthood in 1871, on the occasion of the , National Thanksgiving for the recovery of ? the Princo of Wales, at wliicli tinic he was ! Sheriff. The last printer who tilled the civic j .choir was Sir Sydney Waterlow, who was Lord Mayor in 1873. | Relbabk or THE CI...
THE VINEYARDS [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
THE VINEYARDS It lifts been ri'umrkeil that tin' phylloxera vuHlutiix biiK now acquired u more Mllibter notoriety than the Colorado beetle or the locust itself. Some roetvnB arc therefore re quired for improving hiui oil the fucc of tbc earlh. 'J'lie reports of liis ravages in the French vineyards Iiuvc Ijeen for some time causing grave anxiety, not only to wine growers, but to the Government, as threaten ing one of the chief sources ot the nationnl wealth, llut bin presence is not confined to France, and liis mischievous activity teems to have extended itself to tui alarming extent in Germany, Austria, Hungary, Switzerland Italy, in the Eolith of fjmin, and in the North of Portugal, liven Madeira and distant Aus tralia buve not i'Wape&lt;l. Up to the end of last year the damage caused by this terrible insect hod spread over more than 1,(100.000 ucres, and in 700,000 of these the vines had been utterly destroyed. He has now wade .bis appearance in the Medoc district, one of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
lIoi.LosvAY'RF OINTMENT AND I'iu.s.-Much vntchfulncas inubt bo exercised at thopicscnt time and tho curliest evidences of ill health must he immediately chocked, or a slight ill ucb# may result in n serious malady, iiclaxod and sore throat, diphtScria, quinniy, cough*, chronic, tumul) bronchitis, and most other pulmonary afleotioni will he relieved hy rub. bing this uooling Ointment into tho akin ns practioib-e to the seat of mischief. Thi« treatment, so ttimtdo mid effective, is ndtnir* ably adapted fur the reinoral of these discuss dining lufnncy u"d youth. Oh) usthinatic invalids will derive mm vellous relief from thu 1 use of Ho)hvfly'« remedies, which have brought round so many sutfer-Qiv, and re-established hpfltfl after every other meaus hud eiguolly buM,--(4i'Vr-] Vaul'aiujj 3)iscovi;nv r«»it ma JTaiH,- -If you linir ix turning grey or white, or falling off, hso M The Mexican Iluir Heurwer/' for it trjV/ jiu/ti i it'// nature In avcry nine tfrvff or White linir to Iti origin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 December 1879
W. H. BURltOWES & CO., AUCTIONEERS, Commission Areata, Uoaey, Brokers, &o., WARWICK AUCTION MART, FITZllOY-STBEET. ICHBISTMAS! 1879 BROWN & WILSON, Caledonian Stores, DESIBE to inform their Customers and the Publicthat they are in receipt of mw.Bmmim SOTTAtaE FOB tbr SEASON, comprising Teas, New Chop, in Chests, Half Chests, and Boxes. Eleme and Sultana Baisins, new fruit. Currants, new fruit. Valencia and Mvseatd Baisins, in Boxes and Half Boxes Eleme and Turkey Figs, in Drums and Boxes Jordan and Soft Shell Almonds :' Barcelona Nuts Dried and Orystalieed Fruits Yorkshire Hams find WiUsMre Bacon. " Attn Every Delicacy Obtainable in tbe Met . ropollt&n and Southern Markets I Wanes Spirits . Ales . v ? - AMp ? i ? Of the beBt Brands. i In the ilAUCHE^TEK DEPARTMENT will Fawcy GOO»b or aw, Dibcbimiosb Sojt '' ' ABLV VOB Pbhentb! ' ' OAI/EDOKIAN STOBE6, ' ' "Wilsmo*. . . 1800 WAKwicik.'.'T)irRr. CLCB. NOTICE; NOMINATIONS of mim for SIRES* I PROBUCR STAKE...
Allora. (FROM OUR OWN COURESSPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879
Aliora; (rilOK QUA OWN COOBWBy^pNX.) -1 in: regular monthly meotfa~£ of ffte jttunt* cip.il O mncil that liipaed for wapt o£J£i|Uorum oil lh? (ifch was held on the 10th ip|j£» wben tfc'?ro wore present-Hit Worship w® Mayor 0s\ Kiitoa, Esq), uud Aidtocaiim,xDuURml, Shannon, Gordon. and AndersOn^The minutes of the i*%jous mooting, and tho corres pondence rohHrtho Finance nnd other com mittee reports-the former of which dealt with accounts to the amount of, jeC8 8s.~ were adopted on tho uiolion of Alderman Anderson, seconded by the Mayor. His Worship intimated that ho h:id noticed tho Surveyor-Qeuenil to cut and destroy tho Crown lands within the Municipality, over which the Counail had no control. The/Mayor moved* and, Alaerra&n Dodgyi eeconaod, that three days notice he given to ratepayers in MTiiV r"y up* othwgwiao writM»«4awi»»*lOE the recovery of the amounts. The time having bef^p, &*t«i?ie|l f &lt;si£ fHEys on the suggestion of Aldbrmnn Anderson the motion...
Irrogular Observations. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879
Irrozular Observations. rHy tui: Man ON tiii: Look Out.]/w 1 ;nn noi, h.ili' biu.uI sis 1. lutknlatod^ft ?."in;*, ih'ij lyou. Thfru'K a eoiisidolwle &lt; .jiuvitv &lt;>!' s .If oxlrarl.-d fmm uiy « jomji i-'ilion lately. When Pastor Chiniquy i iv.i* piiMuj «'!.»>"* agamst. «;lasa, and t:nmt 4 ig litist &lt;av ''I in his ti mw d inune'iatiunf-: of tliW*' sect ho ludIhe honor of ilcs. rtiiiy, X simply said rui h'inu. When Hie Keveremls Horan and LMipshun were hmliug defiance at each other; the one vehemently supporting his particular modi? ol' worship, and the oilier as vehem ently condemning it. When sectarian bitter n>'SH, envy, haired, and a1) uncbarjUbleness were strung tothidr highest leusriou, 1 c-drnly re^Ufdcd r?hi»i.aKinn.lllr.i contented myself with surmising " to what ullitn;ito good does all this tend." But when d ntfeman informed me that very near JGOOO ha-ibeen subduribed towards tho Warwick Hospital, and I knew^ that uiany._Qf "fchysit, ...
Affairs in Afghanistan. CALCUTTA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879
Affairs in Afghanistan. CALCOTT\, Friday. I BtortHroWJfittEtfTs under General G-ough Gjindauiuk &lt;?n the J7tb, and inarched the whole Aiyv^th.0ut enConnterin£>tbeJ!iiGmy. from Gapevfll./ioutfli, oa.the ISthrapdtts ih* '^ontmOpd ttfarchin* of bie o vr mg®ef ioui joppo*U.»°a' fcotu tribes. Xoi*ni'fiiti couimands ft strong force marching om Jcllal abad, and th« Uundcraiuk forces co-opeiating'in advance- , .. m The comtnutai(yiiion i8t0pt Ofiep Me, fcusMtij/1 Wilbjhs* Qjm '..VFUvms . Eussott Wilkin?' extensive nttmiso* m Fitfcfay-street word lighted up last nia^it*ritn ?us. from the work* specially eroded by bun recently, The illumination proved Atfrac tive, despite the urrinvitiu£ condition of th' elements, and wo inu'y state that on Christ mas Eve Xty-tnorrow) there will^bc an unusu ally geafoi-dle^layi the'fork trf colored .cb, chuioao. iarilenis'^Ve purpose in our next issue giving an extended notice upon the works. * Bwi.rrra OP thb EasmumpN, Stonky.* w to ThnAday !inf...
Christmas Books. [PETER JOSEPH M.[?]] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879
Christmas Books. [PKTF.U JOHI'.RN M?|>i;uao,ri,;.j CiJKiKrsr.\;i-it 11;*i b.v« well otfi M'jgwlijy ' in eminent writer ~ lus b.» 'n,_ frotn: timf* ini- 11 in'iiiom!, the hc.IH.mi of jo>"-u.nd'M&lt;>me.-:!ic iffeetion ; the reason wlic'ffainilica.jissMnbli*, t .vhuii chiMrcu com? home fixJru,.ecl>Lol,1 ^ten. quarrels are made up, \thun earMa art? in every street, when ovory house is di*corult>d with evergreens, when every table in loaded with good cheer; the season when nil hearts not ulteily destitute of humau kindnes.wueM inlargedund tioUeAied; the Reason v.-h*a the poor avis adhritted to partake of tho over Qowiugaof the wofcUliofAhe rich; the ie;i3fm when tho interval between master nnd servant, laadlortLaud. teunut, is la-a Btwagly marked . than during the lost of (ho your. It is not difficult lor oui1 horn on our sido of the .Editor to imagine how the gre&.to/5ty» of 'Christian festivals ta annually celebrated in uierra ^England.,^4'he .snow, ^cov...
CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor will [?] be responsible for any opiaions or [?] expressed by currespondents, and will always reject pe[?] communications unless always on subjects of public [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879
CORRESPONDENCE. [27ie Editor wilt nnl bo wipoimble /or ojm/ njii.iwus or **icws czpi'citicd by currcspoii* r &lt;ilu*ays rcje££ wf«nfc7h"fli!'s Tlfi^s on s'liVjccts^of public inyportanau and guaranteed, by the signa ture of the aul/ior.] Native Hops. TO TUB EHITOR OV TUB BM8DANK COUEIET\ SIR,-Mr. Henry Brackcr, of Wurroo, ha> aent me u bag of native hops.' I believe tlie tree is known to Botany as /JorfoficeaV rX*hr?ro are thousands upon thousnnds of neves of th'"1 trees fulty iadon with those native hops in hiq district at lhi» present litno. Mr. Braclcer stolen that no shepherd ever thiuks of usinu" KjiixIirIi hopA in broad making. The bread mad ? by yeast from tho native hop is in every way aa £o.)d. and they also wuke capital yeast for beer. An unlimited supply ! cou'd he kept up hy the families of Khojihards afld othftr working people. Mr. Brackets ohj >et in forwardinj* the sample to me was a dfisii'e that they should bo bronchi under notico at our Buniuiui- show...