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The arrival of General Gough at Cabul. CALCUTTA, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

The arrival of General Gtough at Cabul. CALCUTTA, Uoceuilier 23. General Gou«;h arrived at Cubul with the reinforcements yesterday. ami cffoctcd a junction with lienem! JloWrls' foices with out opposition. It is cxpccteii that General Roberts will forthwith assume the ofcrmivc.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Over Speculation. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

Y ?; IQwAgecu^tyon. ' JAife's, ab'-'a-':lrtjn^i Buciety'e meeticgitm <>CTnber 27, at Taunton, 8>ud>thera was a period'erf teotntvye&rtprfor to 1874 during which the trade of this country advanced, as Mr.,GladBtope happily said, by leaps and bounds', ilac'h of that trade was genuine, but *.$>ortion^rf }t ^r*s spurious and artiliciVf, psrhopsileMrvinft a BiorpcoDdemna-. cwJ schemfr»:tetb8RBM»*8j!W entrapping ,tlieir: dupes, Schemes.; to tno awounA-jof jB385,000,OMwerp,ulac©d before. the British public in tfiree yeai«.' In ibost'dt these high ratea of interest were, for a time,, paid,-juid, ia<X!0araEft%i**Y£ loan in c<»^b..T IpWlio worsts were to De constructed or promised, end sub. sonboreto the lwuaa ,/yere idebghted jat^ihe ! manna of fltill fuctfmr c inv^fing., u; Pu&tigiw tWiSid harveat had oome s,poiiipa«>!f«r . were being wound up and calls made instead of description 0fcefal'il«Sidtog:4fl>'thii oountry arose fr...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

Shipping Intelligence. IMPOETB, BrTaotdas S. Stowe: 51 bunaleeg&Jvntiised buckets jvsd tubij 2 crates covered browu swerving jars, assorted exzcts; I case hruy fijplboB; 1? ycaae hopeJrcotQb quilts, towels, Ac., S^swfloTpB "uni bowery, 1 bile tmveb, 1 CMGlKqWo n&te ancMastresj & bales cali coes, sheeting ticks, hollanda, roirti&gs, 4c., Bus *11 Wilkms.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

To Subscribers and Advertisers. O'tm ACCOUNTS for "tho Quarter ending , September 30. are now being delivered, and ire, would th&nk our friends for an Early ; SETTLEMENT of same. ,Thi> issue of the paper bi-weekly has involved us in heavy expenses, audi ahpuld-thiB appeal moot with a air reopoisoi we putpone Shortly making a I still j farther attempt toincraaso tho.useful . TOss-oi the paper. AETHUE MOKGAN. Tbg "Warwiok Argus" SHEET "ALMANA11880. OUB usunl S^BTTALMiNAd will be Prespttted' to StLhaorihers with thjS -first isfche of tho ^r^uj for 1880.., It' will have a .guaranteed circulation, throughout the town * and district tff.YO.O Mpies.1, Adtistisibs are requested tofeend in their favors early. Minimum charge, 6s.; largo advertisements as perogreement. NDHCZ OF.jBiPtOVAL. "WARWICK ABGU8" Is now friatet impSloua arrnua AXtmm uoboak.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Commercial. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

Commercial ABOUB Office, Monday Evening. BBISD ikk.-Siturday'e Courier uayBIn * Hie produce market biisinpae during the past week continued somewhat dull. . Wholesale dsali>r» furnish the follow) ng quotations: - Mniif, Is. lid. to2s. j oaten hay, JE4 to £4 10s.; lucerne, £% 10s. to JE3; lucerne chaff, M to 44; -mixed chuff, £3 10s. to £i; Ado Iftido bran, £7 10,i. to jes; pollard, JEU to £i; feed outs, 3B. to Ss. lid.; barley, 3D. to 3s. (Sd. ; pumpkins, 25s. to 80s.; potatoes, £G to JBG ipe. j onions (local), £7 to XS; local butter, <wl to 7d. (fjuinerr^jrice); Wollongongbuttcr, old, to Dd.; eggs (scarce), 13d. to l(td.; bacon (local), Od. to 7d. ; Sydney and Mel bourne bacon, 9d. to 9Jd.; colonial roll bacon, 7d. to8d.; Melbourne hams, 13d. to 13d.; English bams, 15d.; colonial cheese, 8d.s 1m 1 jiottea clieesi, Bd. to 13d. Poultry has been very plentiful. ,

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Wawlek Police Court. MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

Wawiek Police Oonrt. MONDAY, DECKMBBA 29, (Before tho Police Magistrate.) DRUNKENNESS.-Henry M'Cabt,; charged «ith imbibing excessive potation!, pleaded ^guilty" under the ? extenuating circum stances, and received on admonition and liis discharge PETTT "tujscEjnr.-The inevitable Mary Anne Wynne pleaded " guilty" to having as sisted herself to a bottle of TownBend's Sar. enpuvillrv, valued at 4s., the property of Mr. Wm. Morgan, of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, Palinerin-street, and accepted a fortnight in the coUB. THUC8DAT, Decembeii 24. (Before tho Police Maoist rate. \ DiBoitDEiiLY CaxvvarA-Xicldel 'flettely, charged with conducting himself in a die .orifij-Jy.jnanncr, pleaded not guilty-.and..re ceived a caution and his discharge. Dbckkehnsss.-Thq 6am# jmebnerfurther charged with this offence, pleaded guilty, and was ordered to pay the aeunVinobriatea tdona t ion'to tho Hospital 5s.; or-fo suffer ""24 tours in the cells. - '. Fbofane Lukqoilo». - Tbismiditicnm! charge against the abo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Items from the Californian Farmer. ENORMOUS EXPORTS OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

Items from the California!! Fanner. ENORMOUS EXTOBT6 0F WHE4T. . From our numerous exchanges from homo ' and abroad we condense the following data fcom ourE^ateraEicebaugo*^ ;; ' Within trie last two njontb?there have been exported from the Atlantic seabpard cities to Europe <3?,224,700 bushels of wheat, 2,801,532 bushels in flour, making a total of 40,096*292 .bUabcfts, and from the Pacific coast 2,800?S292 bushels. Such enormous shipments, if con . tinned at this rate until February next/would exhaust the surplus'supply in the market. ! and tho price would rapidly > advance. Al ready the marmot rate has risen here 13 .cents per bushel, notwithstanding the fact that there have been received within the same period, at the Atlantic ports from the grain regions about 50,000,000 bushels.in wheat and flour, leayiug an excels of supply on hand , over experts about 10,000,000 bushels. The annual Estimate-of this spring-wheat crop of the northwest has just been issued. Heport...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] December 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

Melbourne. ObOMOUBOWN CORKBSPONOttjft'.] December 24. ' Qufonsunid eiiuara vero sold it auction to day at jfi3S to £3!) for white counters, .£34 to £35 for soft yellows, £32 to £33 for niMium yellows (ship counhrs), £31 to £32 for gray counters, and £38 to £28 10s. for browns. The Sugar Company liavo advanced their prices £1 per ton all round... Prices for all descriptions of pugar are now very fitra.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Sydney [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] December 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

Sydney LFttOM OUtt OWK CORUESPONDENTj Di^combor 24. Alexander Ogil vie, the absconding secivluiy of the Co-opemticc Land und Building C ompany, has be<iC committed for trial on a charge of defrauding the conipauy of upwards of £100. The E. and A. Company's stoauier Down arri ved at Port Dar win on Tuesday from Hong koa®. v- < ' ' ' 1 Air. Williamson bos obtained two injunc tions tc stop the unauthorised performance of "U.M.S. L'inafor^' in Now Zobland, and Tasmania. The Executive have decided to lot the law i take its course regarding Scott and Bogan, but the sentences of Williams and. Heflndtt "were commuted to imprisonment for life, the first* three years to be splint in irons. The commutation .was granted on tho ground of the youthfuluess of the prisoners, and in con sideration of the fact that there were reasons for beUevtag that they vere inveigled into Cfime by spobb. ' The execution of Scott and Bogan sjn fixed far January 20. It is nov stated that; Rogi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Destructive Fire at Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

Destructive Fire at Brisbane. Tim following deUiljH of tiio late fire at Brisbane, briefly referred to in our Saturdays telegrams, uv<* taken from the Cmiruv of Suturday.-Christinas night'fcs festivities were interrupted about 11 o'clock by tlio clanging of the flrebel), nnd hundreds op persons hurriedly rushed into (lie streets to find that M'Tjenuan's hoiso bafc.ur au«l livery KtabW, in Elir.abeth-istreot, wove 011 fire. Tim first alarm wa.s given by rouio of the stablemen a few uunuli's before 11 o'clock, who discovered smoke and flamed breaking'froiu the hayloft at tho roar of the promises. Mr. Only, of the Sovereign Hotel, which ad joins the stables, immediately despatched a man 011 a horse to ring the lirobell, which in a few minutes sounded tho alarm, but the tolls at first indicated South Urisbano us tho locality of the lire. At tho first alarm Mi'. Forth, whpfee' residence and pi'oduee stores adjoins M'hen mi's 011 the opposite Bide from the Sovereign, hastened i...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editer will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents. and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editer will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspon dents. and will always rcjcct personal.cow ' 1 municafioiis vaiIcss on uufyccfs of public , tmj>or{ance» and guaranteed by thc-signa (are of (he author,} "Gate Honey Rapacity." TO THE EDITOR OF THE WABW2CK AEOUS. Sin,-Messrs. C* J. Isambert und Carl Teitaol appeared as signatories to a letter which graced tbe correspondence coluoinB of ardponfc iseuoof your contemporary on ^fchus to them apparently very bom subject. Their communication cannot foil to remind anyone1 acquainted witli Iho cii-cumstaneoa ofjthe wit ness whe, when asked if hn know the nature of an oath, replied that, he did-if be told a lie ho was to "stick to it" to the end of the 1 chapter. Mr. Isambert opeued tbe "gate money rapaeity" controversy with a string of misstatements, and his subsequent contribu- j t'tons to the literature of the day point to his inteptfon of "sticking to'! th&se.* -"Me^srs. Isambe...

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Stoppage of News from Cabul. Calcutta, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

Stoppage of News from Oabul. Calcutta, Dectiinber *28. There has boon complete silence from Cabul for the. whole of the poet two days. There is no news whatever rrom General tiough: or General Roberts nud the.arrival of th$£ormcr General at Cubul liue not been confirmed. * Obituary-Mr. Hepworth Dixon. ^

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Australian cattle in America. LONDON, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

Australian cattle in America. JJOSDOS, Ifccoiutar 25. The Government of the United state.* lmve issued a regulation placing restrictions upon the importation of Australian cattle into that country. The motive is not oxpl&inod.

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Brisbane. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) December 29 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

Brisbane. ; (I-'IIOU OUR OWN CURnPflPOHDENT.) .. DeoeniLor-29; Hie balance of uobeDtures for the new Queensland Loan, will be forwarded to Lon don by the next Torres

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Extraordinary Rise in Tin. LONDON, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

Extraordinary Else in Tin. Londi tu,. Decern liar 2 7. ' Burtu coppor ie quoted tit AH IO4. per ton an4 WoHftraoii76 10a. J l'-: Tallow rouiaiaa unchanged. Tin is now quoted at i?90 J US.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

WANTED a Goed HOUSEMAID to pro ceod to Tenterfield; good wages. Apply to Mrs. II. Ldulet, Alice-street. 1258 WANTED a Good General SERVANT. Apply at oncelto Mrs. R. Conrr.i, Guy-strect. 1250 WANTliN TO BE KNOWN that a few HORSES can be taken in to oat down a Lucerne Paddock. Apply to Mrs. M 'Bvov, Derrivale, Warwiok. 1244 WANTED to lit> known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP i» almost tbo only one in Australia where JOINTS of PRIME BEEF can ho purchased at lid per lb. 1129. WANTED Housekeepers to try SANDER SON'S BAKING l'OWDER and SANDERSON'S WASHING CRYSTAL Sold by all Grocers, and Wholesale by F SANDERSON, Kelvin Grove-road, Brisbane 974 St. Mark's Churcli. NEW YEAR'S EVE SERVICES. ,N WEDNESDAY Night. December 31, v Special MID-NIGHT SERVICE with Celebration of HOLY COMMUNION, at half pust Eleven o'clock. 1209 o TOWN HALL, WARWICK. FOE A FEW NIGHTS ONLY Commencing This (Tuesday) Evening, December 30th. ANOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! ! MADAME , -WILL GIVE A FEW FAREWELL PERFORMA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

The Building Trade. W^tAOErT& GIBSON /Carpenters, BUILDERS, & general i- V/ - 'CONTRACTORS, . i GOT'OTBEET, WARWICK. 768 [aoabp.] W. GAISFORD, OArptoter, BUttei; It CMtSiwblOoiitractor, , PfiBOTiBTBEKT, WaBWCK. JCABD.J w. o. Donley, i, gftipfnter, Builder, and General ,Ooa* triitf»F, , : FmaoY AMD 'GVT^STBIEIB, WARWICK. . ? . - 186 fA CABD.J . r. PAITmeeo, Otfdnrt-nuker and Cpholiterer, Matresa vm aadBtlUuse,Maker, VtMttl dijorto U'Denbbtt> lUUviy Hotel), 5..,/;ty^wicK. ;g| SM.;.-X OWTO MGH-&Q. v ; RUHOUV-ttBIICT;. WA&WICK., motBiistov, "' 'Ik BIR^T-CSjAIBB TABLE. 7/ f/il J ? '* ?-da AjuL t jflTUrg+. Uifclfce:UWf t?PtT '?1'?' 'lJfe1TH%BI'DGB; ' BOTAli BOXXL, ! « Ceraero{<PsfaseriiV'>kid Grafton-streeti, .Tw.;. 688» J^diiQe 'Biibre, .?li (Bww»rto PROPRIETOR. >.?.< - - jig &uit ifie times. -CHAFF 'WmMO-'WNE- OH-: THE PREMISES. ? oii OaahPofehaser of all kind* »HHBM.PBOPDQB. ; ? ? -82 <)yr;ffAm,HOTEli t»t...

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The Fate of the Bushrangers. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 December 1879

The Fate of the Bushrangers. 7 THE fact. that the life of a fellow being is now placed in jeopardy through the decision recently arrived at by the New South Wales Executive, muBt ex cuse us for drawing attention to the fato of ..the Wantabwgery bushrangers. itJpon receiving the .uetts of their sen tence, vre modestly ventured to point out that the extreme penalty of the law could only bp Justified in one instance -th it of the taurderer of poor Constable Bo WEN. 3?hq,.same view -has just, it .appears, been taken by the Executive so far as regards Wuxiaics and 'BbkkcW, who npw stand committed to penal servitude fotf life, tW 'first three years to bo passed in irons. But MOONLITB and Rooan are to be executed on January 20th. We have scorched for any par ticmlar tK>int"itt!tho evidence to justify such an exception in the ease of KOQAN, aud we find none. Was there anything during the fatal assault at Gundagai which marked'his conduct as a degree ftdffse lliaitf Bbiwxtx and Whliams'? ...

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Serious Ralway Accident at Parramatta. (From Saturday's S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

Serious Ralway Accident at Parra tnatta. {From HntunUy'* ?>>'. Jlf. Jlcrnbl.) TlJl* flt'-t* <*l»SO of " ItU'WOpm*,' 111 coun<Mtion with the itiilw:ty ^v^l.'in ol III.' coo'y (oik p]no(> at P.irionutta jv.-it-nliy afternoon, and it is nl niir.iciiloiw lli.tl- it was not attended with fatal connequi-inw. Hitherto the linos have been luleru'ilytrtv from accident* of any fn not«-iili etanding tho atuount of In; Hi1' npim 111 -in. especially at holiday time. and this. p-rh ip«, will account for the consternation which Ins result od from'this one. It is tho most s rims incident of the kitfd that has t.ninspired since the terrible Emu Plains disaster, of some eighteen months ago, by which two men were killed and others were injured. V -t.'r dny being Boxing Day, soveinl thousands of people proceeded by railway to the Parra uiatta and Hawkesbury races, inspired with confidence in the good management of the railways, and little dreaming of the terrible shock th...

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Warwick Races. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

Warwick Races. TJIE rar^s on N.-w Y<';ir\: D.iy were in ovory u-iiy a hUtr^rrt.-i, 'I'll » weather was fine und rmnp irjit ivi.Oy (Mil" i'.v this s -asou of thuyeir; the sport w:ii good and the attendance mi nierous Under siii-li propitious atispiccs, wo need hurdiy nny tint everyouo semttod to thoiough y enjoy the day. The meeting, of course, WivA less w^niiicant then our mid winter races, which always prove a wide attraction on account of tin* enhanced money value of the prises oll'ered on that occasion. J)ut the piogruuitne for Thuisduv proved Milliciontly attractive for our old friend Mr. Finnie, of Toowooinha, who carried off the big handicap with " Sir William," a splendid looking- animal, possessed of pood staying powers. Wo may mention that upon looking over the lot an hour before Hie nice. Sir Wil'iam was one of our successful "tips," nllhough Mr. ilugden's game "Decoy" proved almost a compeer, and was much funoied by local judges of honsefler-h. We know not who ...

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