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Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 January 1880

Warwick Police Oomt. TCIEOIT, DacmacR 20. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) ASSAULT.-Two eases on the summons sheet (or the day, were dismissed (or non-at tendaace of the parties. ASSAULT.-Thomas Goodyear v. Arthur Conway.-Mr. Boyle for complainant, and Mr. O'Sullivan for the defendant, who pleaded -not guilty." The offence being proved,the defendant was fined 10s. costs of conit 4s. 6d. and professional costs £1 Is. with 7 days imprisonment in default of payment. INOLOSID LAND ACT.-James McEeacliie summoned the defendant in the last case under this Act. Mr. Boyle for the complainant, and Mr. O'Sullivan for the defendant. A plea of " Guilty" was put in by the defendant, who was fined in the sum of Is, with cobts of court 4s. 6d. in default 24 hours in the look up. MANTES AND SEBVAKT ACT.--Patrick McNamara v. John Janeton.-The plantiff not appearing the case was dismissed. ASSAULT.-Haiu Jogerwcn v. John Quinn. Mr. Conquest appeared for the complainant, and M...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Police Court. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

Warwick Police Court. FUXDAY. JANUAHY 2 (Before the Police Magistrate.) Ilkqal DETENTION -John Um'rtf appeared the Uunch, chained l>y Waller IiicnuidBOU with illegally detaining u ui;uv, his property, branded E5S on the near shou'der. Defen dant pleaded " not guilty.'1 Walter Kichard non, the complainant in the cose, stated that he bought the inarc on the 16th December 1874. from Andrew Stewart, residing at that time in Warwick ; he had never sold or dis posed of the mare ; ho last saw the ui »re about two years aro; phe strayed away from where he waa then working, at Jonduryan ; he had not seen lier* since until last Tuewd«y. but had heard of lior lusln^c **t tden VaW, Uwbjron, and about Clifton; the receipt was made out in his wifes name -Andrew Stewart, a laborer residing at Wnrwick, stated that he knew the parties in this cose; the mare outside the court was once his property, and he had sold her to Kichardson on Decem ber 15, 1874; the receipt produced by the court is the sa...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

Warwick Municipal Council. TUB regulur monthly meeting of Die Conn til was held in t lie Town Hull lust, evening. Present.-All the members were ptvsent, ex cepting AM«tiuuu »«\Sullivan. Tlio ininules of tin* previous meeting wore read and confirmed. CORKCRPONDENCE. A letter was read from ihe llcjjistrar-Gene ml, seeking certain returns in connection with the Municipality for the purpose of coin piling statistics of Qui-enslund for 1879. Cora, munications were also read-(1.) From the Deputy-Commissioner for Railways-in reply to one from the Council on the mutter of clos ing the streets, referred to at a previous meeting-simply expressing regret that the Secretary for 1'ublic Works hud not yet been able to visit th' streets referred to (2.)fYom ; th.% Undpr-Seeretnry for Lands, enclosing a cheque for .£I7»> in payment of the first iniioty of lJark grant for 1879-80. (3.) Prom Mr. H. C. Cleevc, Hon. See. to the E. D. H. and A. Association, soliciting the usual grant of £10 for the B...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Naval Fight Between Peru and Chile. (From the Correspondent of the New York Herald.) PA[?]MA, October 26, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

The Naval Fight Between Peru and Chile. (From the Correspondent of tht_ Areic York Herald.) i*A?»aha, OotoWr 26, 1870. ViittY meagre are the details nhich have come to band of the combat at MejilloncB de Holiviu, in which the Peruvian ironclad ram Huascar was captured. The information of the crui6G of tin1 Huascar und Union south, and of their meeting with the two divisions of ilie Chilean navyt is learnod from the official report of Captain Aurelio Garcia y Garcia, (he commandant of the Union. On September SO, the Uniun and Huascar sailed from Arica fttr-tliu west of Chi e.-fcoendeavour to capture Rome of the loree fleet of transports which at that time was believed to he engaged in the work of transporting the ecntral divi sion of the Chilean army from Valparaiso to Antofagasta. The two vessels, called at Iquique and then stood south, arriving off Sano, a Chilean port, on the 4th instant, where they captured a Chilean schooner, the Cucjtiinjbo. That night they visited O quimbo Har...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New Year's Day Rifle Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

New Year's Day Rifle Hatches. A NDJIEER of members of H Company 2nd Queenslanders celebrated their New Year's Day holiday at tbe Kite Range in shooting" off some friendly contests for prizes subscribed among themselves. We arc enabled, through the courtesy of one of the competitors, to give below the details of the shooting, from which it «il\.be seen that several of the "shootiata" acquitted themselves very creditably con sidering the Bmall amount of practice they have hod with tbe " gas pipes" of late. StafF scrgeant Gcrish was in charge of tho Bongo during the day. The Hythe target, with disc marking, was used. In view of the matches which we understand it is proposed to hold under tbe auspices of the Company on the Z4th of May, we would suggest to our local matkemen the odvipaJriUty pf accommodating thetrisdves with as little delay As possible to ?the Wimbledon target. Tlifr scores at the new Year's Day matches were as follow: PIRBT MITCH.-Open to squads of five; 6 rounds each a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Review of the Russian Troops. Sr. PETERSBURG, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

Review of the Bwrian Troops |r i SR. PETKBBBUOO, JIMUATY 3. t '? &>khuki rcvuiw 01 roe icosmap troops was held here tonlay. The Czar and Cesare witch were both present, and manlfosted cordial feelinn towards each other. It is believed that the reoent quarrel on the subject of granting a CnnstUation to Russia has been adjusted. but nothing is definitely known as to the basin of the understanding.

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Brisbane. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

Brisbane (rsou oob own oobbsbpohdeht.) January 6. The Government nave requested District Court Judge Blake, to resign, on the grounds of increasing infirmities. It is stated, how. ever, that Judge Blake objects to resigning, and declares that his health is such as to Sermit of a satisfactory performance of bis uties.

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Official relations re-established with Turkey. CONSTANTINOPLE, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

I Offlcua relations re-established with Turkey. CONSTANTINOPLE, January 2. The difficulty between England and Turkey regarding tho arrest of a prieat has bfcon com. I>romiee£ and it is expected that official rela tions will be resumed to morrow.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Roma. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

Roma. [r&OM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Januaty 6. Two men. named Henry Gable and Roger Scholefield, fought on Sunday night at lieid's boarding-house. Gable was knocked down and bis brain eo injured as to cause bis imme diate death. Scholefield was to-day oommittcd for trial on a charge of murder.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

HOTJCE. IlllvUICHY Autlir.risi' and Empower my lllotliu-, l'KTEli HUFFMAN, Saddler, ! Warwick, :n my iiniiiu ami as my Attorney, i sab, tkEit-i tl, sue i^r, and U'covcral! UKBTS I due to Die us a Saddler, And bis receipt vliull [ be a full and Biilliciciit dincliargc. In witnms my hand this twenty-fifth day I of November, ouc thausuud eight huudrcd j and seventy-nine. , (Sigued) JACOB HOFFMAN. WituObS-A Gkikrson. Further Notice. THE Undersigned hereby informs parlies Indebted to the above-iiainod JACOB 1IOFFM AX that milens their Accounts arc PAID AT ON CK they will he su«l for at the first sittings of tbo Petty DebtB Court for I860, viz: January 0. 1250 1'. HOFFMAN. Marsupial Destruction Act of 1877 N OTICE. THE iuliabitauti of the Warwick District I arc hereby informed that a Sixth (6th) ASSESSMENT has been declared ky the I Board of Directors for the above District to be ] now Uno and Payable on or before TUK8 DAY, tho 13th Junuary proxo, at half the j previous rates, viz.: - KHE...

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England and Turkey. London, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

England and Turkey. London, January 4. I In accordance with the' understanding ar rived atj official relation! were formally re sumed between England and Turkey on .nturday.

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Odd Notes. THE AGENT GENERAL'S OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

Odd Notes. (By TOST Boy.) THE AQENT QJ.NEBAfc'fl OFFICC. THE visit of the Premier to England brings to our mind one part of his mission thither to enquire into tho working of the London office. It is an office. Such a shabby genteel j suite of apartments I never entered. They arc situated at 32 Charing Crosi, over a book seller's shop-opposite the Admiralty, within ten minutes walk of Westminster, one minute of Trafalgar square, and oue minute also of Scotland Yard. So that, although the ap pearance of the premises would seem to suggest to the London mind that Queensland was a very unimportant place in the world,' the offices are situated on official ground. I have been to No. 32 Charing Cross on business [ many a timo during tho late Mr. Daintree's period of office, and have enjoyed many a discourse on colonial and general matters , with that truly versatile and intelligent man. After passing tho entrance to a bookseller's shop you ascend a narrow staircase, and on the first #00T a...

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" Moonlite's" Letter of Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

" Uoonlite's" Letter of Thanks. TUB coiidcmuod criminal ScoLt has written a letter t * Mr. K. B. Smith, M.P., thanking that gcntlotnan for the efforts lie mado in con> ncction with tho defeuco of tho other prisoners. The letter is onid to be written in a clear, bold, and business hand, correctly punctuated and well worded. Scott was at ono time haul master of a cullcgiato school in New Zealand. His letter is as follows "It. B. Smith, Esq., M.P., "Sir,-Although iny time is very limited, I havo very great pleasure in writing you this. In fact, I ot-uld notpa«8 away without thank ing yon for your very able and earnest efforts on , behalf of iny youug frieuds and I heartily thack you for your kindness to myself. Wo all rust satisfied that had we unlimited wealth from wbioh to have paid you, that your efforts could not bo iiicroasoil. M1 can assure you that your promise to be f rioud the poor boys ban been, aud will be u aroat uoinfort to uio. i know what they will have to contend wit...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Mr. Parnell in America. New York, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

Mr. Famel! in America. I New Yobk, Jacoair 4. in the coarse of two speeches delivered here Mr. Ptttnell confined himself chiefly to an appeal for assistance from the Irish Ameri cans for the distressed in Inland.

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Sydney (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

Sydney (T&ov ovb own conBTaronDsm.) January 5, Mackay, the Scottish long distance cham pion has flushed 218 miles and 24 lnps in 40 noun. He appeared little distressed. It is stated that a fresh enquiry into the railway collision at Paramatta will shortly bo held by a board uppointod by commission. We bag to romind our readers that excur sion tickets for Brisbane will be issued at all stations from to-day till the Sth. available to return on any day up to Monday nert To* Cmcnx MATCH AT Canvinq DOWNS. -Lest any misoonception should arise with respect to the catering for the crickctors them selves at tho late matoh, we are requested to state that the playere were entertained by the Canning Downs cricketere, and not by Mr. Kacansli as was generally supposed. Warwick HOSPITAL.-The Dispenser of the Warwick Hospital acknowledges, .vith thankB, a panel of periodicals from Mrs. Stockbridge; six currant loaves from Mrs. J. H. Williams; a fowl from Uxs. Deshoiii, a fowl from Sin. Coll...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Latest Mail News from Afghanistan. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

Latest Mail NJWB (torn Afghanistan. Ffioii late files of Indiiui papers wo get news of mu'oh interest from Oabul. The following extracts wo tafcu from various correspondents of the Pioneer Mail: CAMP LIFE. Camp, Siata Bung, October 2S. Our linos aw cast in pleasant places just at present; for, apart from tho political puzzle which some of us studj, 'and which I have already tried to ox plain, there is nothing to disturb our equanimity. We have a high and dry encamping ground, from which we can travel <jown at our leisure, either city wards, "to eiplore the mysteries of Cabul and ponder over the Bala Hissar now rapid being cleaied out; or else down into the Cabul plain, to oxerciso ouffcbrsto oh " the racecourse or over tho wafbr-ehonnels which everywhere intersect. The view on every side is an . impressive one, for the mountains which-keep watch and ward over Cabul ?re very picturesque, rising abruptly com the fields below, and seeming to .shot us out securely from the pe...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Nihilists. ST. PETERSBURG, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

The Hihilists ST. PETSBBBORO, January 3, I Aa extensive discovery of Nihilism baa been made in the Russian arin?v. The penalty is against propaganda Nihilists and other socie ties that had largely increased.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

NOTICE or BSKOVA&. , SW!to*»w printed bom sunreoau&odloui " *' op rj.vml'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

!rhe Building Trade. WALLACE"& GIBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, ft GENERAL CONTBACTOBS, Guy-STREET, WARWICK. 768 [a CAKD.] W. GAISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, k General Contractor, PEKCY-STKEtT, WakWIOK. ffVMBER VAEoTfor tt<e Sopply of PINE. J- CEDAB, aad HABDWOOD, of all 'lengths nd <Umeiuiona, at lowest ratei. 835 [CARD.] W. G. CONLEY, Carpenter, Builder, aad General Oon tractor, Fitxroy AND Gtrr-smtrrs, WABWICK. 886 .] (AOABI).] F. PALMERO, OaWnet-ttmker and Upholsterer, Matrons ~ andSWUaMeltaker, , {tfext door'Jto M'Denmitt's Railway Hotel), ? ' wijiwicK. 1?.®.-Joiner'*, worfc of «11 descriptions at t«9>ded toproippt'y, at'modarate prices. 698 & J."o«ULLIVAN~ M-D., Si-CS- &o. TVS- O'SUWVANmay be Ccnsnlted JLr 4*ilyat bis B*8tt>ENCE, OUT jgflaFST.Wsnriofc. m THE BOYAL HOTEL, .'?PAtwmwfoBra, WABWICK. J. T. I&m&ZIDGE, PBOPB1ETOB, pBIVATEBtUogttOOMS (or FAMILIES. AFIB8T-CLAS8 TABLE. SettWine* and fipirits only kept. GOOD S...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] The Empress Eugenie's visit to Zululand. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [BEUTER'S AGENCY.] The Empress Eugenie's visit to Znloland LONDON, Jannajy |. SIB Evkltn WOOD baa teoeivcd orders from the Queen to accompany the Empress Eugenie on her visit to the ncene of the Prince's death. Activo preparations are Wngmade forth® departure of the Em press.

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