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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK:TUESDAY JAN, 6, 1880. The Queensland Loan. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

lite SWimrirfe JUps. [PCBLBSHBD TWICE A WEEK.] - WAEWIOK 1-TOK8S4.Y JAM; H, !880." " THe Queensland Loan. B*4he last Torres Straits mail deben tures for the second instalment of the Queensland Loan were transmitted to . ,Lpndon, &hd their despatch reminds us ; ; of, jthp approjuchipg consummation of that loan. By this time in all likeli hood. the Hon. THOMAS M'Ilwbmth lias found his way to Town in order to V ' V®®*.ures for floating the JiJBnrfnpq; *Mkri'l<^e remember that specu Jatoif are cheered, at the promising resurrection of commerce all over the world, and that .Queensland and its . ricfTitti&rcesWetaore correctly under stood than they were when we bor ? v toWed . on a, previous occasion, it is "" 'likely that not only will the amount be promptly tendbred, but at a higher rate t^pgQtjie 89 Which was fixed for i i -rth® ^jR®r c^nts of 18JJ8. , ,We,can well ? ? -*«ffo«Uto repos^ the utmost confidence in our Loudon Agents, who will bring to bear previo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

.'ITI7ANTBb a COOK mid LAUNDRESS. i J. . M"3' S. Ncnn, Grafton- ' \KTANiTED b Good General SERVANT for I "" North Toolburra. Apply hy letter to ! Willi. W. I). C'uiiTH, Nortli Tool burin. 38 ? i WANTED a Good HOUSEMAID to pro coed to Tont^rfield . yuod wages. Apply to Mm. II. LUMLEY, AlieC'StrceL 1258 WANTED to bo known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost llie only ono in Australia where JOINTS of PRIME BEEF can bo purchased at I id per lb. 1120. Lost-Seward. LOST between Warwick and GlengftUan, on the 2nd lustaul, a etnull L.EATHEK WAG coutbiuing Note*, Cliequu, King, &o The tiuder will he liberally Rewarded on re turning Bamo to the Argut OUice, Warwick. 2G_ £1 Reward. LOST from Warwick about tho 25th of October, a light DRAUGHT MAKE, branded DOV over ASA near shoulder, star in forehead. Tho above reward will he paid on delivery to PATRICK MITCHELL, Dragon-strcct or, JAMES Bubnb, Cemetery. 29 Q. I- Z&ngari 0. 0. A MEETING of members and others will be held...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Increase of Russophobia. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 January 1880

The Increase of Russophobla TaBOerinan Qnvprrm ^nt has allowed its s - Press-to Btut* semi-officially that the recent . I agreementbetwfeah Germany and Austria has been reduced to writing, and thilt although striotly defensive in object* souie of the clauses is the protocol appeared r.a initu'cal to Russian susceptibilities. that the German Kmperor hesitated to sign the paper. He did, however, at last sign it. At the snine time, Lord Salisbury delivers a speech full of ^T^aitinace'against Russia; fresh preparations are made forBtrenxtbening Indiaugainst her j and newspapeis in the confidence of the , , , Ministry talk of the tromenjlous danger L hanging wercivilisitlon frbtn Blifaian action. It is full time, therefore) for moderate men to ask themselves what all this means, and why ha f the world should bo banding itself to re sist BusBian aggression. Why is Rufsophobia jnst now so accentuated that Mr. Urquhart, " jure he alivp.ruiight boast that' the first ' ? 'Sings ibfl-flifcloni...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Warwick Petty Debts Court. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) UNDEFENDED CASKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

Warwick Petty Debts Court. (Beforo the Police Magistrate nsd W. Thomp* eon, Esq., J.P.) UNDEFENDED CASKS. E. Morgan v. Mrs. Stanley.-Meat sold, £i 2s. 3d. Vordict for plaintiff in amount claimed, with costs lis.; in all JG2 18B. 3d. A. Andrews v. John Armstrong.-With di&wn by conBent W. Gillespie v.John Deraney.-Dismissed for non appearance of the plaintiff. DEFENDED CASES. P. Higgins v. T. H. Davis-Filly sold. £5. No appearance of the plaintiff. Costs to follow £i 7s. Mr. Boyle for the defendant. J. A. Pollard v. John Brown.-Work and labor done, X19 )2g. Plaintiff non-suited, with costs £3 2s. Mr. Conquest appeared for defendant. E. Morgan v. T. W. Bradford.-Dishonored promisory Bote, £20. Verdict for the plain tiff in amount claimed, with £1 costs. Mr. Conquest for the defendant. A Fuemc OF Natdbe.-We have before us a duck's egg which presents quite a bilocnlar curiosity. It is a duck's egg of unusual sice, containing within itself another ogg half the si7.'.> of the ou...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Late Constable Bowen. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

The Late Constable Bowen. DoitiNo the time Unit the Into constable 13owen was lying at Gumlnxni suffering from the cffueta of Uio wouud ho received in the encounter with the* Wantjibad'jory bu6h» ranirers. Sit* Henry Parke?, fiMrinjj that llio wound would prove futal, and desiring that thy wmnided umn (should not pasaaway without knowing how highly Moverimient appreciated hitjf.ondu;;l, soul to him vui autograph leUoi, which the professional nurse, who wont from Sydney to attend the sufferer, vrns directed to read to hiui if he npp«urj»d to lx» in a lit fltnte to listen to it. The following1 reply to the letter has boon received by -Sir Ileury I'arkcs from the widow of countable Uowen : ..Unndrijfii, 34th Ueeoinber, J870. "The lion, the Colonial Secretary. ".Sir,-In acknowledging the receipt of your very kind leUer to my dear husband, the lute constable IJowen, I have uiost gratefully and heartily to thank you for the motive which prompted you to write that letter, and for the wurm ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A new Atlantic Steamer. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

Anew Atlantic Steamer. M:: Jmiv ils'i:Ns writes j0 77. e Tinw.s : - T11 i*r^i;-.l tn mm nri'ii u.'.r.em-oik lately made in The Ti-.y.i'i '. lithe i.'iuiird <'«»:iij>my cr.n* t.-mpUifd th»* c^v.^rnoti ni of a htiriraship . if -.'"'-at hz" wsd power, it may jntoot'.st, \\w public to |:uow tliat my p.-ituei'H utid J have jnst concluded .% i-otitraei, tTith Mnrsr.i Jumps and (irurj^o Thomson l>v wliirli 'lint firia is 1.1 build oil the 'Jl\de, f'M* <-ur tleut, a scrcw plenmxbtp, tho Mfc-.' oF which will be exereded « nly by Ui'.v'i otlhe l/i-t'on, woile lb'1 will Ii:j tli.-iij tli:^ "f :>ny ne \u. h' * *«i llier nil' lilt . This jf\v vpu.-pI i j I !>.' "f T.oOO 1(Min and lO.OlU'horsu jniwr, in-i* iliint'lisi'»i 1 < l>i'i 11 o fi'.-i in len^li, .r»0 f<et 111 breadth, and 41 fu-.-t isi "loptil. propelled by invoiiol direct-actin-; compound oncines, xvitli lliron and seven nvid tubular boiler*, having 3S fornnees and 1,0'Ji > ft...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Highfield Embezzlement Case. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

The Highfield Embezzlement Case. Willi Air Hiqdfzbld the engineer in chargt of waterworks, surrendered to his hail thif morning fit tbo City Police Court to answer ,1 charge of having embezzled public- moneys The information not forth that the accused received, in his official capacity, the sum oi JCS3 12b. 8d, and feloniously misapplied £711 Itis. 7d. of the amount. Mr. Miller instruc ted by the Ciown Solicitor, appeared for tin: proseiution ; audMr. Chubb, instructed by Mess!*. W. E. Murphy and ra'Jors'm, for the accused- Tho following additional evidence was taken. tfamui'1 Broome fUckards, ledg?v-kejpiT in the Queensland National lluuk, lp<wieh bnmch, deposed that !h? accused h id an ac count at the Ipswich branch ; in November ot last year he had ouly one accouut which was called, "William Highfleld, public accouut;*' on HTovcinbor the 21 an order oa the Under Secretary for Public Works for £83 12s 8d. was paid into tbe credit of that account; the accused subsequentl...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Rosenberg Case. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

The Rosenberg Case. ^pk&kiko of the Rosenberg libels on Mrs Lan^try and Sirs* Cornw.dlis West, prerious to Hentenve, tbo London Obnctver says: - .'Th*» case has a mof;il beymd its own itn mcdiuto result. Whatever so itettoc Mr. Justice Hawkins may think fit in his discre lion toimposp.it is cerium that for a con siderable tiinu to come we shall bo no more troubled with Tow a Talk. But it might well have been urged in Uosenborg's behalf-and his counsel, Mr. Willis' did. in fact, touch upon the -topic-that Rosenborg-, with his Totcn falk, was merely pursuing the tactics which, for years, have been profitably followed by papers ostensibly of a higher character. '/Wji Talk was, from the first, a cheap imita tion of the so-colled 1 society journals/ the existence of which has recently assumed almost the proportions of a nuisance. Rosen berg Apparently resolved to tap & lower stratum ; to appeal to a larger and more ignorant audience ; to produce a cheaper article ; and as...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Terrible Shocting Affray. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

Terrible Shootinc Alfray. to Wo v.''i.; i'iinvitwi:!i i-s<:iI?.iih'iil. on it lM.il-,- ii'.i I a'-.r".;d ti,s«« Mr. S. .1 M.-uv.ImI), dtl atui ion ...!., an.I I lir l.<-p r uf u \ui»> tdinp, liml-h,.'. hii WJi'iv Tl.. .. wvn: t-r"i .:s ot runi'M S iiinl the f-i.-is of tho (M.\o w.-re largely \<-A and in many respects rendered additionally seimtioiMl. it appears that ,luring 1 hi- la*t few days Marshall and his wife have 1 iv< «1 on very nnenvinlib? terms ; ntul their <juanvls, which « imv I'lvqucut, inere.-'fl"d in imp .»*!mien a»i-l vi'-h.-noo dmini; Tucsd-iv ;ifliiin, ;iiul rvoriiiK it V.'iiK evident 1 h:it ill'- Was lint, ilil* proriug mit.U'S'H by hni r-C'iirso to drink. £>OIDC time between S ;isid U u'cinok another ht!»IK» OccUITed, in t In: eolir o . f .. hich, so llio ?dory inns Marshall iiil-inncd his wiTe iha* ho would "put her ;iw»iy below* morning." To this threat Mr.;. Mm* Irdl replied, " Will you." Thereupon, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The British and Foreign Bible Society. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

The British and Foreign Bible Society. No apology it' ncedod to a largo see tion of our,constituents lor dqvoting a consider&ljlQ sbare of our space to-day to the proceedings in connexion with the annual meeting of the Warwick Auxiliary on Tuesday evening. Were any precedent needed for doing so, we Iiavq oaly to copy the example of the [ London prosB once a year on the occa sion of tne Parent meeting at Exeter I Hall. The operations of the British and Foreign Bible Society are now ubiquitous, for their is scarcely a spot on the faei) of God'a earth to-day ?whore Hiu ,word; has not been circulated by faithful missionaries with more or less success. Certainly for a town of its importance and population, Warwick jn the Way of succour, does not occupy a very prominent position, from the paltry measure of its aid during the past year, and were reasons not forth, ebmirig to explain this marked defi ciency, we should be inclined to join in the expression of shame which fell from th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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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 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspon tlents, andiuifl always reject personal com munications unless on subjects of jmbltc importance, and guaranteed by the signa ture of the au(/ior.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK AHQCS. Sin,-Will you kindly grant mo a small epa^e to reply to a. letter from Mr. J. T. Wilson, which appeared in a late number of the ftcanii»cr, -commenting on thn conditions under which entries of wheat for competition at the 33, D. Society's Show must be mode, and strongly objecting to the Bile of exhibits. The conditions were passed by the Com mittee Folely with the view of giving all competitors fair play; and in consequent of suggestions mode ny several farmers, who stated that wheat for exhibition war often bnnd pirked to such an extent that- it in no wise represented what the exhibitor had grown, or hod for eole: and they said unlrss something- was dono to check that practice no farmer would send a fai...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] The Late Fatal Railway Accident in Scotland London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. .'ni.'UTKir.s AUVSCY.J The Late Fatal Railway Accident: in Scoibnd. iionJon, Jimuaiy rt. The iliwra mv continuing work nt 1he» T«y bridge. I'ourtoon buuios* in nil htive Wen recovered, tjut it id nt»t oxpocto<l tlml muny more will bo reached out of the niiiely that uiuet have p'rialicd.

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Melbourne. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

Melbourne. (FUOM OUU OWH CORRESPONDENT.) January 0. J here wus an active domaud in the market today for good sorts of wool, both greasy and scoured, including cross brads, Small lots and low descriptions rather weak.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

EASTEHN DOWNS Horticultural and Agricultural Association, "W ARWICK. THE ANNUAL SHOW! Or tbe Association will be hold on the SO* CIETV'S GROUNDS, Warwick, On Wednesday, 28th January, 1880. Prize Schedules, Exhibitors' 'Jertilionteu, and all other information can bo obtiincd on appli cation to the Secretary. CS** -'M J'.ulrautcH muni be made Six ((»} clear day* jirt'vifiKu to the. Show, Any person wishing to give a Spoeittl IVize will pluase communicate with the Seorctury aa early as possible. If. C. CUiKVE, 1181 Hon. .Secretary, Warwick Commonage NOTICE. OWNERS of STOCK, depasturing on the Commouagn, are reminded that the first moiety of Fees for the year 1880, are now duo and uulcss tho saint? be paid on or before the 31st January, 1880, (hoy will be treated as trespassers and impounded. liy order, FHAS. 13. WOODS, 14 Towu Clerk. Warwick Muuioipality. NOTICE TO CARRIERS, &c. PARTIES desirous of plying for hire with any Carr, Cab/ or other Vehicle within the Municipality, or...

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Russian Menace against Germany. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

Russian Menace against Germany London, Junmuv 8. ]ti'i»c*vu(l rumor.* art,1 curwut at !3i»rlm llml llie UuBbiait Government are mousing troops on the tiormnn frontier. Nothing is «t this tnom<?ul known positively as to tlu> truth of rm;)on>, but Ibpy avc Attracting public attention and no little exoitotneuL.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Warwick Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

Warwick Hospital. A '?pLviiil Ni'v'iiK-: of the Coninilof V.v.i Wttv.vio'.i Ilo.-tjiUa! wan c>'-\ Tuesday afternoon, ut 'h.» Tov.n Hull. Th*re won? present-Mr. <3 men in tho chair, -M";,srs .1. D. Al.icaunh, (i. P. ?.*. Murray, ::*id J. 11. coimi;:;icAi;')Nh. The following luUvr <V.is re.i.l from l)r. M-uvjoUm: Wiinvii-k, \ !>, 1SSI. TolheCntimiHtecor tl.u Warwick rjKN'tw-Mi::;, -I lake tho llorrtv of fwMi^o;5ns you on one Of thJ* VIIiJ«m:U iticiitlo:irl in l»r. Taylnr* leit.-r roa'i u* your last miffing'. jKiymejit o! vMfiJi* Surgeon*. I mi) uf opinion tlmi it would have been belter to haveikferivl the ojieiiiui; up of «pi',-sti.in till utter tlio election of the new (..'uiiiniillue t'.iin month. Inthutne.ui time, however, 1 Unlru to hihirtn von uf fho e;»act nature of fJjt* lionurnriniii mvhvJ Jiv t.ije Mo.lkal OrttwrK. Wiiuu, iiumy ymir.* a"'t>, I \\\i< qj» pointa! one of the vUitiuir Ktiiyeu'i-', tin* hon-payin;: paftant.i were (iMeii'ta...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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British and Foreign Bible Society. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE WARWICK AUXILIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

British and Foreign Bible Society. ANNUAL MEETING OF TUX WAB.WIOK AUXILIARY. Th* annual meeting of the Warwick Auxiiiaiy in connuction with this Society was held at the Tonii Ball on Tuesday evening last. The meeting was a most successful one, there being nearly )00 persons present, and the proceedings were interspersed by the singing of hyiuns, whilst Mrs. Walcot pleasantly led the musical portion of the proceedings on the Harmonium. Charles II. Green, Esq., President of the Warwick Auxiliary, was iu the chair, and was euppoj-ted on the platform by the'Bev. J. Pepper, the deputation from Brisbane, the He vs. J. Matthews, A. Dandie, and P. Clip shaui. Mr. Darid Clarke, the Secretary, was also present. The proceedings commenced by singing Mo. & hymnun tlie printed sheet, circulated throughout the Hall, . ''Wbeixriletlarayrhouselelt, Thy book l>e my companion atfll, My Joy thy sayings to repeat, Tiuk o'er tbe records of th}' will, , Andsearch the QMlse divine, " . Oil every...

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Brisbane. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

Brisbane. (FROM OUKOWN COlUUtii'ONDENT.) January 9. The Lord Mayor of Dublin was atlviri^d by tclcgmm this mnrointf of the first donation oi jCoOO from the Iri&h i'limiue Jielief Commit tou here.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6. (Before the police Magistrate, and C. B. Davency, Esq., J P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

Warwick Police Court. TuasDAr, Jancauy G. (Before the I'olico Magistrate, and C. B. Davency, lCBq., J P.) FotWDffEBM®.-^James M. Morgan was re appointed Poundkocpur for the currant year. . Tuebdat, Jaxuaky tt. (Baforx? the Police Magistrate, and Win. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) NON-PAVMENTOF Mauaupial ASSESSMENTS. -.Ten summonses for the payment of over due assessments were withdrawn by Ibe Solicitor to the Board, Mr A. fcj. Nicholson, the parties having paid in their respective deficiencies prior to the sittings of the Court. A. F. flfathews, iw manager for if. U. ('. ilcbcrlsoH, of Ballandoan, appeared in re sponse to a summons issued against hiui by the Chairman of the Board of Directors for sheep district of Warwick, chained with evading certain assessments due on stock de pastured by biiu oil Bullandean. Mr. Nicholson appeared for the Board. The evi dence of C. A. J. Woodcock, Cleric of Petty Sessions, Warwick, and Secretary to the Marsupial Hoard, pointed out the discrep ancies in t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

WILLS' ROYAL HALL, ALLORA. Wednesday Evening, January 21, 1&S0. THE \VA1UVICK Odd Fellows' Miastrels I WlI.L GIVE AN ENTERTAINMENT At tbo above JQul], timvitfting of Drawing Room Entertainment! AND BARNUM'S BALL! ADMISSION'-3s. Tickets will admit to dance at conclusion of Purforuiuiice. Programmo in (uturu insue. 40 Pound. A BAG of BUG AH. The owner can bars same on properly describing when and whero lost, and on payment of this advertise ment. ? JOAN STEEN, Vineyard Hotel, Warwick, 91b January, 1680. 47 Lost-Beward. f OST between Warwick and GlongalLin, J-i on Ihe Sod Instant, a small LKATHEll BAG containing Notes, Cheque, lting, ko. Il'ho Under will be liberally Bewarded on ro turning samo to the Argvi OlHco, Warwick. . 2G_ Q. I. Zingaii 0. 0. THE members of this club are informed tint the wickeU will be pitched in the Square thiB AFTEllNOON at 8*30 o'clock, tor practice. All members are particularly invited to attend, A. MOBGAN, 48 Hon. Sec. For Sale at Ali or a, THE BOYA...

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