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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

I/ONDON WOOL SALES. We hava been favored with a glance at the aaoount salsa of the Bdgownie clip (or the Suit Benson. The prioes realised wen>, we link, most aatisfaotoiy, and we gladly Rive publicity to them, aa they serve to show that in some instances at any rate the small men manage to hold their own against the large ranholders i-H & B over Balgownie-6 bain at2s. lid; 6 at 2s. Otfs 80 at 28; 18 at Is. Utd|8at Is. Hidi 16 at is. SJJ 3 at Is. 4A j 1 at lid.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL. ARGUS Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

eOMMfibCIAL. Abqdb Offico, Friday Evening. 'i'RpDuo* Minwg-r.-Ail exoeedingly quiet wetik has been experienced in produce of all d iscriptions, and the uloe effected have bed limited, prioes showing in some lines a -tstldebcy to Advance on transactions of the "toreeediag week. Brisbane advices note ad advance in tie quotatiMlor flour in Adelaide, so that a rise in trieffijf soon be looked for -in' the Metropolitan AflKt, when doubtless a ^riibUar advance will be made by our local factors., Below, we give the ruling prices as futaUhed to us-Mane, per bushel, 2s. whole sale. 2s. 4d. to 2s. 6d. retail j chaff, (lucerne), ?fur ton, 43 10s. wholesale, 4s. per cwt retail ; *chsir (oaten), per ton JBB 10s. wholesale, Cs. Od. tft 7s.iper cwt. retail; hay (onten), per ton, J55 10s. wholesale, 6s. 6d. per cwt. retail; hay (luflferm$, per ton, £3 10s. wholesale, '4s.per cwt. retail; oats per bushel 4s. Od. wholesale, 6s. per bushel retail; butter, per lb. Is. 2d. wholesale. Is. 8d. to Is. 6d. ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COTJBT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COTJBT. TuSSDAT, 8BPlaHBBB 8, (Before the Polioe Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) Verdicts {or plaintiffs were giren in the following undefended cases r H. Benjamin & Co. v. F. Johnson, goods sold, £2 IGs. lid. 0. Brosnan v. J. Shea, goods sold, £8 18s. 8d. M'Qaaker&Co. *. G. H. Miles, bread sold, £5 19s. 84. M'Quakeri Co. v. XL J. Haddock, bread sold, £2 4s. lOd. M'Quaber & Co. v. J. Cannon, goods sold, £1 6s. DtnaDB) Cms. Henry Cleaty v.John Iionehran, agistment. £4 10s. Mr. Powles for plaintiff, Mi. O'Snl livan for defendant. Plaintiff was non-suited. B. Ingham T.W.J. Cox, goods odd, £8 IGs. Id. llr. Boyle for plaintiff, Mr. _ Nicholson for defendant. Verdict for plaintiff, £4 10s. Sd. with £1 4s. Ud. paid into oonrt, and Ids. ooste, in all £6 lis. Id. W. Green v. W. O. Anderson, goods sold, £2 8s. lid. Mr Boyle for plaintiff, Mr. FOWIm tor defendant. Verdict for plain!tiff for £1 2s. with £114s. 9d. paid into court, in all £3 1...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

| WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A MIETIRO of the Conncil, called by epecial otder. was held on Tuesday bat, for th§ purpose of confirming the byerlw* ^ the last. special meeting. Present-His Wor. ship the Jtfuyor, ana Aldremen Gpnndl, O'suUlvan, jqhnson, rod Babertson. The minutes of tlie loot meeting having been read and confirmed/ the TOWN CLIBK, in reply to SOale remarks from the aldermen present, staled th#t tbo mooting had boen advertised in each of tha local jnpen, and that special notices had been sent to ttU the Alder men, requesting their attendance. In ac cordance with the New Municipal Act. all the clauses, having referonoe to the bye-laws now being considered, had been complied with. A petition signed by fifteen ratepayers, was put in and read, complaining that the proposed rates of taxes on goats was exoesss've ana praying that the same be altered to 6s. irrespective of sex, and the number kept to be limited to two. Alderman JOHNSON spoke in support of the petition and con...

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THE PULPIT IN WARWICK. (AS VIEWED FROM THE FEW.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

I THE PULPIT IN WABWJCK. (AS vntwiP nw TH* mr.) Wi purpose oomiDeTlcing in our next isfue & series of sketches under ths above heading. The idea was started in the metropolis sijnie considerable tune back, and has Binoo been followed in at least one of tho provincial towns. It has bten urged in explanation of the publication of these articles, that church matters should receive as much attention from the Press ai civil public bodies, and that the discission in proper and temperat terms of matters of local and general religi ous interest is likely to do good. With these views we entirely agree. Our notices will bo for the most part retrospective sketches of the progress of the different churches, and we hope to be ahlt to give a specimen of the pulpit oratoiy of each. The first article will appear on Tuesday, the subject being St. Mark's Church, and will contain a sermon preached by the Rev. James Matthews, Hector.

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NEW ZEALAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

NEW ZEALAND. [TOOK OtJB OWN OORRBSPOKDKNT.] September 8. Sic George Grey and Mr. Sheehon hare been returned without opposition tor Thames and the city of Dunedin respectively. Three Opposition candidates have also been re-elected. In regard to the attack of the natives upon the surveying pari; last week, Mr. Sheehon believes that a tew days* delay may result in the surrender of the culprits, but that pre cipitate movement will probably lead to bloodshed. Thk last number of Punch, published on the first of the month, completes the first volume of that amusing and very oreditable publication. The number before is really very good; the reading matter is amusing ana well written, and the illustrations, though not numerous, are well executed and appropriate. We think there is veiy little fear of Punch becoming what the y&nkeos term a " broker" provided he only keeps up his put year's average. A shocking death of a man named Patrick Doyle, aged forty-two years, who lived in a hut ...

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"NEW BLOOD" IN OUR LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

"NEW BLOOD" IN OUB LOCAL IN STITUTIONS. TO THX SD1TOS CT THE WA&W10K ABQUS. SIB,-It appears that I have unintention ally wounded the delicate susceptibilities and roused the direful wrath" of your correspon dent " Vindex" by my remarks in reference to what I ooneider the undue precedence given to strangers by the Warwiofcites. The writer first questions the truth of my statement, and then goes on to explain that " occasional Instances do occur of new oomers being elevated to the governorship of our public institutions, because the more sen sible portion of onr townspeople see the ne ' cessity for deposing inoompetent persons to ! to make room for the more progressive new ! comer." I Now here, is logic with a vengeance. | "Sensible townspeopleI" And yet they | have neither the sense nor ability, without the aid of the " progressive new-comer," to i manage their local institutions, with which i they have been oonnected for years! As for the " progressive new-comers," I have se...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will noi be rupwulbU for any ojrinioni or views expressed by correspon dents, and will always reject personal com munications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signa ture of the author.] TO TH* SDITOt or THE WABWIOK%.BQTO. oie,-Aa the touncil meets on Monday night I would like «> draw their attention to that part of Woodmtqet which has been so often ordered to be remrai, and as often ne glected. I allude to thi part opposite Mr. Wallace's house. The wo>k has been passed by every Council this four Tears, and some time ago the present Council oalied for ten ders for a barrel drain, but wh,n the tenders were received they were too Mgh in price. Since that time there has been alttle of the "load here and load there" style of repair ing done, butthat little only goes to fill the the hollow near the fence alter the digbtest shower. Other parts of Wood-street have been repaired where there is hardly any traffic, but wh...

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The Boat Bace. SYDNEY, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

The Boat Bace. STDNXT, September S. Tn boot rftoe between Bash and Laycock oame off this afternoon on the Paramatta. iAyoook got away with the lead, -which he kept for the first two hundred yards, when Bosh went to the front, and took a lead of a length and a half. After goinp the first two miles, the men were almost level. Bush appeared to be in trouble, but Ioyoook was rowing well within himself. Three quarters of a mile from home, Layoock went away and took a long lead, then easing off finished with four lengths to the good. Time: About 22 mine 41 sees.

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SYDNEY. [FROM OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

SYDNEY. [TBOKOUB own OOBBISPOHDKNT.] Septembers. A collision oocurred this morning off the Nobby'B between the (teamen Phoebe and The former was cut down almost to the water's edge, her gangway and deck were ripped up, and the deckhouse an steering-wheel were smashed. The Soxonia i was also damaged, bat fortunately no one was injured. | John Martin, Beoond mate of the barque Wistaria, was killed this morning by falling down the hold of that vessel. The Minister for Works has made arrange ments for bringing the meat from the country during the summer months by refrigerating vara. September 6. The Amerioan Schooner Haggle Johnson has been wracked at the Kingnnill group. The crew were saved. A deputation of the unemployed waited ea the Minister for Works to-day, asking that a preference should be shown to elderly and married men as against outsiders. The Minister declined to milks any proa:lie.

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ADELAIDE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] September 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

ADELAIDE. [fSOK OUR own OOBBE8FONDKKT] September 8. An extraordinary suicide has been per. petrated at Gawler. Two men named Neville and Adamson, who had been in partnership some years as fishmongers and gardeners, were found hanging in their cellar this morn ing, quite dead. The bodies were face to face, and only a short distance apart. Both are known as having been quiet, inoffensive men, much attached to each other, and it is supposed that monetary difficulties had in fluenced them to the commission of this horrible deed.

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

MELBOURNE. [rBOK ooa own oobrbsfondskt.] September 3. Daring the debate in the House to-night a ' scene occnred between Mr. Qaunson and Mr. Bees. I FOOT larrikins perpetrated a disgraceful . outrage at West Melbourne last night. They 1 took forcible possession of an hotel there, and consumed a large quantity of the liquor. Thi y also assaulted the landlady, and violent ly attacked a constable who came to her assistance. All four were arrested. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 September 1879

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, &>RNEB OF PALKEB1N AHD VICTORIABTREBI8. MSS. £. EVENDEN, ProjJiMtoBB. BOOKING osce - tor Cobb ti co.'« tToIo graph Line of Boyal Mull C&ibhes.' mr A CommadiouB Bath Boom on the prfadscs. THE ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Onner of Fitiroy. and Palmerw Streets, . , ^JLRWICK J. W. QUINN, Proprietor. CI tfiST CLASS ACCOMODATION. Liqu J? on of the Best Quality. A Good Supply of HAY and CORN always on lian£. fg: A secure Padlock for Horses clofcc to llie town, _ * llott Centrally Situated Hotel in Warwick."' THE COSMOPOLITAN,] : i Palsoshik-sthket. >? WM. MORGAN " BEGS to inform bis friends and the' public i generally that he has taken the above wall known Hotel, where Families and Com mercial Gontlemen will findevery convenience, and will meet with civility andjattentinn. Kveiy AcoommodattonjSjpvided for Visitors, with Private Hconu for Famflies. COMMERplAL SAMPLB, BILLIARD, & ! gtiCjtiTB KOpjjfo : A conveyance inatUnlanoe on the trains. £5 ME ...

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ATTACKED BY LOCUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 September 1879

ATTACKED BY LOCUSTS. , A ' DETiCHliBNT of Russian troops, bound for, General. LsearefTs expedition agatbit rtie Turkomans, is reported by the -Kavkaz to have met with a curious Misadventure near ihe Georgian town of Eluaveiopel.; Jfif a- few- vents from town the soldiers encountered the wing of an army of loousts reputed to be twenty mtlee in longtli and brQad in proportion. The offioer fn ohacge did not like to turn bad[|/repflled,- by ; mere insects, and, } miking on, moon became surrounded by t&e.lpppsta.:: These appear to have mis takenthesoldiers for trees, and a warmed' by thbua^nda around tiiem, " crawling overtlieftlboclies/lodging themselves in side their helmets, penetrating their clothes and'iheir knapsacks]' filling the barrel* of" their rifles, and striving to foroe themselves into the unfortunate men's ears and noses." The oommander gave the orderfor the troops to push on aotfflfo quick for Elicavetopol, but. the roadwn'fco blodked with locusts that the soldier...

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TERRIBLE CYCLONE IN AMERICA. (From the San Francisco Bullstin.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 September 1879

i , - TERRIBLE CYCLONtt IN AMERICA. ?' r IVditeiieo Adtctiiv*):' ~ ? 1 .,1,', 'A Tr,jHHM«6torm °( wind and raiu <>i pasaedjover Northern Kansas and Spu ' thern Nebraska on May 30. It extended through neatly the whole northern tier - of.WQDtiiM'OfithU Btate, lint' was most violent betweeqBtaeJfyipida. and Cen thb Oentral Branch, .ftfrout thirty mjjies apart The1 stonnvravBd in the direction of a little north of east, and-passed into Nebraska . through -Riobardson bounty. The town pfilrying, ninety miles'Weafiofthis pISoe,1 . .Mtt'.li&ny 'destroyed. At that' point thefctoi'tn to6k th'ecbaratiter of a cyolone, . aud levelled everything in its path About fatty buildings wen destroyed, fifteen persons were killed, and from ' thirty 'to ifarty Woundecl. Among the buildings JJowi^down are three cliurches (qne i^ fiiie 'skine building), a public aobool, a grain^levator, Tthe ipilw&y jW.Wet'mbre Institute, and the J rtsidenpegof John A. < Warden, Char...

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LADY GAMESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 September 1879

LADY GAMESTERS. THE mania for gambling is undoubtedly fast increwtag athong the wotnenof England, and we quito 'ccmcar with " B&teHSunwas," who has written to a oontempotaty on the subject that something should J>edonetostop the practise. It Is, as be eays, tfyhnrmljMW bet of a few pair of gloves at rsoe meeting* is now considered far bbneath Che Uotioe of a. H.ahing matron 6r test maiden. Tbera in not a few female " plungers" on the twf wb» " put the pot on," as the idiotic jargon of the racecourse has it, with'aa much eaguinos* as the most dissipated subaltern at the Baletgh. who stands to win a'heap of' money at Ascot or at Uoodwood, with the alternative of rain ing hie old father tiie oonntay rector if he lose* and allowing his sisters' portions to be swal lowed up in paying his''debts of honour.'* Some ladies woo bet can offoedto pay, others oannot, and the jwsitiqn pf«,wotoain whether married or unmarried* who has to owe to an admirer the money for which she dare no...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 September 1879

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tin regular monthly meeting of the Council was held in the Town Hall yesterday evening. All the members, exoept Alderman Collins, were present. The minutes baring been oonfirmed the following OOBBJE8FONDSNCB Vu read:-To Messrs. B, B. Smellie, enquiring cost of iron boatA; to the Com misioner for Bail way, drawing attention to the fact that the drainage from the oulverts under the railway line was ruining some of the roads within the Municipality, and asking that the same be altered; to the Colonial Secretary, forwarding the new by-laws passed last week for His Excellency's sanction. From the Commissioner lor Bail-ways, ?bating that the Council's letter relative to the drainage from the line had been forwarded to the Chief Engineer for report; from B. B. Smellie & Co., stating cost of iron boats would be from £25 to £45 each; from the School of Arts, conveying vote of j thanks for the use of the Hall free for the Exhibition of Curiosities held some ...

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THE NOTORIOUS BLACK CAMPBELL AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 September 1879

THE NOIOUIOUS BLACK CAMP BELL AGAIN Campbell, the bluckfellow, was seen a short time back (says the Timet) about ten miles from Gympie on the short track to Killrivan. He appears to have entered the hut of a man named Hem ming, who has a Wife in delicate health. Humming^ whose movements were no dcwt wn&rfedD^' the black ruffian, left fcia place with the intention of procuring Bome]medicine for his wife from a neigh bouring sesleotor, and could not havo ' proceeded Wore Gampbell made his appearance and"behaved in a very utibo ooming manner towards Mrs. Hemming, who Jnaturallv. became much terrified. ' After fielpinghitaaelf to a watch, leaving iq exchange another one with the name " fyrtiiey written inside it, lie do-, camped jthewatcb has been taken pos session of by Sergent Walsh. As there ! appeal's to be no pOpsible chance of In-; duoing the Govertitypnt to outlaw this .app^ralj.or.to offer, a reward for his apprehension, would it not be a good ida^'tb fiHin a: party to s...

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

WANTED immediately Two (2) or Three (8) BOYS to learn the Boptanattag Trade. Apply to Hcrar Fkkduk, Manager. Warwick Boot Faotory, Wood-street. 806 AN ENGINE DRIVER wanted at Canning JDowna daring the Sheep Washing. Apply at onoe at the Farm, Canning Downa. 26th, for the delivery of (6000) Six Thonaand Feet of CEDAR. Apply to the Amu Office, Victoria-atreet. 784 In the Estate of Hark M'Donald. Ma M. M'DONALD i> anthoriaed to COLLECT the BOOK DEBTS in the above Eatate, and hia reoeipt will be oonaidered a* amffioient discharge. All AOOODNT8 not speedily aettled wilfbe plaoed in a Solicitor* hand* tor reoovery. GEORGE CANNON, 807 Truatee. 'five Sfaminxs Keward. LOST, from the neighborhood of Mr. AH' xnan'a Spprtaman1* Aims Hotel, a Small Blaok and Tan Ball Terrior DOO. The above reward, with any expenae incurred by the finder, will be paid on delivery to WM.EVAN8, . 808 Sportam&n'a Arm a. Town Sail, Warwick. ONE NIGHT ONLY! WEDNESDAY, Sept. 10. 6PE0IAL~ATTBA0T10N. GRAND ENT...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [BEUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 September 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC! NEWS. [bIUTXR'S TaiiSOBAUB.] LONDON WOOL SALES. London, September 6. The quantity of wool oataloguedto date is 181,193 boles i the total quantity withdrawn ia 29,509 bales. No material alteration has taken place in the prices, but the biddings are very irregular. The home demand ia still restricted tog>*>,l combing wool. Greasy wool ia firm; other aorta are Id. to 2d. below the closing prioes of the June sales.

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