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Sydney [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

Sydney [FEOB OUB OWN COBBESPONDENT] December 31. Samuel Marshall, an auctioneer at Glen Innes, shot his wife with a revolver lost night during a quarrel. The unfortunate woman was wounded in the head, and her recovery. is doubtful. At midnight M'Kay. the pedestrian, had completed 68 miles of the 210 which ho is to walk in forty hours. He wob going well. Henry Webb, a tailor WBB drowned in Cir cular Quay last nijht. January 2. A telegram from Darwin states that tho natives murdered Mr. J. 11. Wingfield, on Choker Island, while fishing. There was a collision between two steamers in the harbor yesterday, and one vessel was much injured, but no one was hurt. Dibbs has been admitted to bail to appear before a full court when required to answer the charge of contempt

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rockhampton. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

fiockhuapton (rnoit OCA OWN COHTIVBPONDSNT.) December 31. The CoBtoms receipts for the month amounted to £6074, being a decrease of £247; for the quarter the receipt* were £10,888, being a decrease of £5183; for the year £65,095, being a decrease of £12,616.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Warwick Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

The Warwick Hospital. A special meeting of !!>.* Commilt«»'k of lh<» Warwick HoRpi'al was hold onTupRdu.vnfli»r nonn at. the Town Hall. lVi-.-^nf-.Mr. C. H (»r.»on (in tlw chair), Messrs .f. D. Macansh. O. P. M. Mcmy, Revd. J. J. Homn, and J. 1?. U033. The minutefi of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. DISrESfiKIl'H BRPOKT. Mr. S. Suunderp, the Dispenser, reporUvl Ihat there were in tbe Hospital on December males 24; females 4 5 mailing a total of 28. Sinco then 4 males had be<*n admitted, whilst 4 males and 2 females ha«l been dis charged, leaving 24 males aud 2 f^maloa in the Hospital. A letter wni» road from Dr. Marietta in which he reported having examined Air. I). Clarke's tender for drugs, us requested by tho t-ommiUoe. He considered the tender a fair one and recommended ib> adoption. The tender was consequently adopted. COMMUNICATION FBOM OU. TAYLOR. The following communication received from Dr. Taylor was read. Warwick, December 19, 187...

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Melbourne. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

Melbourne. (FROM OUH OWN COHEE3PONDENT.) January 2. There was Bplendid weather for the Cham pion Meeting yesterday, and & large atten dance on the course. The following are the resultBi-Hurdle Rice-Rocket 1; . Dutch* man 2; Carlisle 3. Normanby Stakes Grand Flavenr 1; TrevaUja 2. Yarraville Stakes- Larpent 1; Transit 2 ; fialph Leigh 3* Midsummer Handicap--GlAnortnieton 1 ; Savanaua 2j Zambesi 3. Champion Stakes -First Kin}? 1; Wellington 2 j Martindale 8. A good race, won by two lengths. Steeplechase-Simpleton X ; Cruiser 2; Post boy 8. Three Tear Old Handicap-Caspian 1 j Belladrum 2; UarocUcus 3. ODD FELLOWS CONFBBENCB.-1The 10th half yearly meeting of t he Darling Downs District branch of the M.TJ.I.O.O F. was held in the Town Hull on Thursday last. Delegate representatives from Roma, Dolby, Too woomba, Warwick, and Stanthorpo, were pie sent to gether with Mr. J. Souter P.G.M. Mr. J.Sterne D. P.G.M. and Mr. A. Dibley P.C.S. The P.G.M. opened the proceedings by an ad dresB...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] The Dundee Railway accident. LONDON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [JIKUTER'.S AGENCY.] The Dundeo Railway accident. IiOKDON, Di_"CelulK>r30. FROM further particulars now to hund in reference to the railway accident ut Dundee, it appears that every one of the passengers by the train perished. The gap in the bridge is hatf-a-wile in extent. The causa of the accident is uncertain, but tbe official enquiry s now proceeding. Ninety victims.

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[?] OF THE AFGHAN WAR. BOMBAY, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

lEEilINAl'ION OF T HE AFGUAtf WAR, j BOMBAY, January 1. I Intelligence bos been received of the dispersion of |the Afghan forces completely, with a lose of three thousand Afghans.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

EASTERN DOWNS Horticultural and Agricultural Association, WARWICK. THE ANNUAL SHOW! OF the Association will be held on the SO CIETY'S GROUNDS, Warwick, On Wednesday', 28th January, 1880. Trice Schedules, Exhibitors' Certificates, and all other information can be obtained on appli cation to the tSecrotary, (2* AU Entrancu miut be made Six (6) clear days previotu to the Show. Any person wishing to Rive a Special Prise will please communicate with the Secretary as early as possible. H. 0. CLEEVE, 1181 Hon. Secretary. Marsupial Destruction Act of 1877. NOTICE. THE inhabitants of the Warwiok District are hereby informed that a Sixth (6th) ASSESSMENT has been declared by the Board of Directors for the above District to be now Duo and Payable on or before TUES DAY, - the ,13th January proxo, at half the previous rates, -rir.: - . SHEEP por. 100 Head 2a. CATTLE per 20 Hoad 2s. Or for every Square Mile of country 2s. J. D. MACANSH, Chairman. Warrick, December Ctb, 1879. 1203 H&rtupla...

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The Tay Bridge Railway accident. LONDON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

The Tay Bridge Railway accident. LONDON, December 3U. An unsuccessful attempt bos been mmle to recover tbo bodies of the passengers who Jost their lives by tho Tay lirulge accident. The diver employed found one railway carriage, but no bodies.

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TERMINATION OP THE CAPE WAR. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

TERMINATION OP THE CAPE WAE. LONDON. January 1. The Capo war in now over, and (Jenerol Sir Garnet Wolsoley returns to England.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

w WA WA M" rANTUD an AfJEXT in Warwick, fir « * llio sale of Venetian lOitiils. For particulars n|ipty to Hudoson'b VENETIAN IIlinu Factoiiv, Brisbane. '< rANTED ft Good HOUSEMAID to pro . , ceod to 'I'l'iilorflolJ; good wageB. Apply to Mrs. II. Lumi.kv, Alice-street. 1258 TAN'l'EI) to bo known that tho CHEAP , » MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP ii almost tho only one in Australia whore JOINTS of PRIME BEEF cau be purcbascJ at lid per lb. "29. Notice. * ALL Persons hairing nny CLMMS against tliii Into WILLIAM 'HAYES will please render same on or before 14th January, 1880, addressed to CHARLES HAYES, 12", 3 Warwick. Wesleyan Church, "Warwick Tm; DEV. P. CLIP.SHAM will PREACH TO-MORUOW-in tho Morning at II, and in the Evcnin*? at 7.30. Toxt for the Evening-Epistle of JamcB, Chap. IV., 13-14. '2 NOTICE. TARES to tlie Blood Horse FIREBALL _.J- must he REMOVED by Gtli January, or a Chargo of 3s. Od. per head per week will be made for Agistment. J. H. DUN LOP. Nctbcrby Farm, I'ockot, Dee. 2...

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Attempted assasination of the King and Queen of Spain. MADRIO, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

Attempted aseasination of the Kin; and Queen of Spain AIADBIU, December 29. When the King and Queen were entering the Palace here to-day a Grecian., named Gonealoz, a waiter at un hotel, fired at them, liotb, however, escaped uninjured, and Gonzalez was Arrested.

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Roma. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

Bo ma. [FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] December 81. The police havo made a raid upon a Chinese gauibmig-houBe in thlB town, and cuptuied six of the gamblers. The piincipal olfruder was fined -SlO, or Bix months' imprisonment, and tho other fire JBl each. There were about 100 Chinese in the house at the time. A German named Ludwig Shevich, In the service of Mr. Hortebarg, of Paulino Vale, was killed yesterday by a fall of earth whilst excavating * new dam fronting the home stead ; his skull was fractured.

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The Late William Hepworth Dixon. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

Tho Late William Hepwoi^h Dixon. Tin: lub'st inb'Higcnee from Europe nn linum'Ori tV d.uth, at the nge <*f iW, of William llepworth Ibx«»u. Although uol in the front wnlc of literature Mr, Dixon lias ion*; bold a conspicuous plaeo in tho literury world, and though he has loft nothing lhato ntitles him to a niche in tli« temple of Fume, many of his WO"1ch have achieved u wide popularity, and nil havo attractions of slyl.'that make them -.niinontly onlortnining aud lva-labl*. Mr. Dixon was called to the Hir, hut nnvcr pin sued his profession, preferring the doubt ful gains of a lilornry life to the more solid emoluments that reward successful drudgery ot the bar. Mr. Dixon's earliest flight was "on the viewless wings of poesy," Dou^lua ,J«.jTold, who edited the Illuminated STwjtttinc thirty-seven ye.un ago, publishing several short poeinsfroui hi* pen. "When a very young man Mr. Dixon commenced bin actual con nection with journalism at Cheltenham, act* iiif* nfi literary ed...

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State of Gahul. CALCUTTA, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

State of Gahul. CALCUTTA, December 80. Latest advices from Cabul ututc that matters arc quieting down there. The city is held by a strong force. Uonernl Baker has been despatched in pursuit of the Kohstanis who escaped after the late engagement.

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Brisbane. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

Brisbane. (FBOK ODE OWN COBOEEFONDENT.) January 2. The prisoner 'Byrne, charged with horse stealing, whilst being brought t > Brisbane for trial jumped ovorboard from the Derwent steamer coming up the river, and escaped. The constable in charge lias been dismissed.'

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Misappropriation by a Late Government Official. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

Misappropriation by a Late Govern raaat Oiuial. iiMidituiv ..r wliijli lu utm'iio to ae.oiin.. f"r it if) inil«.wf«lly did iiiis.il'proprai).) Ilia KUI1I n! X7:» His. 7.1. Mr. Miller, iiiKtriieud ' l>v Iti A C.M'iiitt, from Lhe C, own Solicitors oflt .,>. aiiii ui*l fer til,! prosecution, anil Mr. : OlHii.l., in»tr:i. ted l.y Messrs. Muipby and I IMeism I'o. 1 In' ml. Iioboit Itobert : sin, tin iici-mnlitnl i» the Department of i Public Work.-, depo3ed thai it win his duty to | cheek .ill nccuunt* and p.iy all moneys for tlitf den n t'ueiit; this defendant had been ' ^meer in clui'tfo of waterworks. Brisbane, lor | til,. Tint two or three jw llnd ; duly Wits l.> »«?; Dial I be moneys owing to tins men employed on the waterworks were pud, and to forward the receipt* therefore to the Works Oflico; about November 0 witnesB re ceived some vouchers from tho defendant; the dooi inent produced in court is one ot those vouchors; it born the defendant sname, and represented XS3 12s....

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RECOVERY OF THE CZARINA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

KECOVEEY OF THE CZABINA. The Czarina is rccovoring from her attack of pleurisy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

To Subscribers and Advertisers. ~VUR ACCOUNTS for the Quarter ending September BO are now being delivered, 1 we wonld ttami our friends for an Eurly ""'LEiDENT of same. The issue of the __ biweekly,, 1im involved as in heavy expenses, ahd, ehbuld this appeal moot with ft fair respouse, we purpose shortly making a Btill futher attempt to inoreas tho useful ness of the paper. ABTHUB MOKGAN. NOTZOX OF EPIOTAL. OTH* "WARWICK ARGUS" Is now printed p«lt« th« Town Ball, where an orders aad communications ore requested to be mm ta future. ... ABTHtnt HOBOAN. September 17, UTS.

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY JAN. 3, 1880 The Warwick Hospital and Messrs. Overend. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

®Jte JVrps. [ptTBLBSHED TWICE A WEEK.] WABWICK: SATCTBDAY JAN. 8, 1880 , The Warwick Hospital and Messrs. ? OverentL THE correspondence which appears in t another column, apd which weib read at . jiiBpafclal meeting of the Warwick Hos ^ pital Committee on Tuesday, seems to "ypave, been evoked by a purely aeciden , " 11 til cirMEOBta'nceB., We refer more par ticularly to the latter portion of the cor^MpdenCQ. arising through the . , . £onradmu«ion of a patient to the insti . ' Lftmoo. Tiie' letter, however, of Dr. TATC.OB Beeking an addition to one of the rulefi "66ttjs.inly came rather late in the day,, otherwise his wishes would : ? tjii &???.>rfe.i ;in some shape. Dr. it ' Jj^xlob explain* thatsthe delay -Arose ,, Itjjm Ji dfeBire not to obtrude himself <t Mba the1.'attention of the committee " and -members at'' a' timp when party iiT re'vorfe 40 Zero. We QABj iilrerefora easily ' comprehend the delicate motives which induced Dr. TAYLOB toremain silent during...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

The Building Trade. WALLACE"& G-IBSON pARPENTERS, BUILDERS, & GENERAL KJ CONTRACTORS, Gmf-STBEET, WAEWICK. 5 [A CARD.] W. GATSFORD, Carpenter, Builder, & General Contractor, PSKOV-STREET, WARWICK. . TIMBER YABD, for tho supply of PIKE, CEDAR, Mid HARDWOOD, of »n lengths ud dimensions, at lowest rates. 895 [CARD.] W. G. CONLEY, Carpenter, Bnllder, end General Con tractor, FOTROY AND GUT-STREETS, WARWICK. 886 [A OARI).] F. PALMERO, OaUnet-maker and Upholsterer, Ms tress fend Palliasse Maker, (Next door to M'Dennott's Railway Hotel), Gut-BTKKET, WARWICK. N.B.-Joiner'e work of nil descriptions At tended to promptly, at moderate prices. 896 M. J. O'SULLIVAN, MD" M CB «feo. BE. O'SULLIVAN may bo Ccnsnlted daily at bis RESIDENCE, GUY STREET, Warwick. 665 THE ROYAL HOTEL, PAUIKBW-STREET, WARWICK. J. T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, A FIRST-CLASS TABLE. Bept Wiaea and Spirits only kept. GOOD Stablwo, 3. T. LETHBRIDGE, BOTAIi HOTBL, Corner of Palmerin and Grafton-streets. 68...

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