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"Contemporary" Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

" Contemporary" Poetry. [Wk arc aluayn glad to roo local talent en couraged, ami to do anything we can in a bumble wny to foster the cultivation of the musfti, as well as cereals, in our midst. It is ? ?ldom our lot, however, to heroM as on this occasion the rising of a planet of such vast magnitude in the poetical firmament, and wo have to thank our local contemporary for en couraging to emerge fi*om his rural retreat ft poet whose ability cannot for a moment l«o questioned, and wboBc originality of thought, powers of graphic description, and grandeur of language might, but for the prophet in* stinct of our neighbor, have been extin guished under a bushel of rusty wheat aud lost Ut generations of enthusiastic Queens* landers yet unborn. We hare much pleasure, therefore, iu giving the widest publicity to the maiden effort of our agricultural friend; and, in evidence of the wide-spread influence of his poetical fervour, we subjoin a poem kindly forwardod to us. at the express desire ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Arrival of the Bacchante at Barbadoes. LONDON, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

Arrival of the Bacchante at Barbadoes. LONDON, January 11. Tbe Bacchante, with the Royal Princos on board, has arrived at Barbadoes.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

rUNUS. 0R&ANS, AND HABMONIUMS ? ' 1 TUNED AND REPAIBED. MR. BURNELL, ITtEOM MESSRS. PALIKO, KATE, AND -I? " JEFFEE1ES" IcrfrAmeWt ettd MubIc Establishment will be in Wa*wlek f»n MON DAY, JANUARY iflth., una fa future nuke lwuiur periodical .vipite Tlis'dwWflnii being now Thoroughly Es tablished in. Atteenal^nd,, ^nd{ hayuig .jtbe . highest TepdfknontHttaffti 'pOsAreiBB'TriMMfc, &e. fcure rewiododithat. all work wttl sewiye. tbiiitmoat: attention, andtbo ragw»r .dpi piteliotoUr £f§«ient. Tuner, mny JbeI reji® upon. Orders (o be addressed to the Firm in TOO TS oombo, or Mrs. Millar's, Pftlnjsjitt-sb1*?t,, Warwick. " ,eS '?* ???. > ?? Warwick School of Arts. "VTOTIOT! i« hereby given that tho JM AJUTOAi' '-UEKEftAii . MEETING of SabscrlWnmHfio InsttttiiiimTpHl be held in the UeadiPR Koom ofthe School of Arts on Trioi(is»A¥ J!)V8N'ING,"tM> 'IStb ifcut; *t eight o'ciockpfM'Ab Bod»i>tipir«Mhe Annual qconjilid ill thtij rjM it' tiffloi.:' iWiiiiedtata jibsieitopn'r...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Commercial ARGUS Office. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

Commercial. ?' ; : Anoye Offloo, - Vv Monday Evening. KwsBAlre.-Sniuidgy's Courier Bays: - C<Mn»|hdr littleTlip being donn in the pro. duceffl|ptf9 alight tendency to improve, aa prices arc advancing- in Melb ourne, and loenl stocks are fTOttinif low." Wholeealo dealers furnish the following quo tation !-Maiz.0, 2«. to 2s. Id.; oaten hay. X* to £1 10B. ; lucerne, £2 10a. lo £3; lucernc chalT, £3 to M; mixed chaff, £3 10s. to SA i Adelaide bran, £7 10a. to £8; pollard, JE6 to £7 j feed oats, 3b. to 3s. 6d.; barley, 3s to to 3s. Gd.; pumpkins, 35s. to 30s; potatoes, TEMJCSO I0B.*r»We)nr\lobSl)ri6 10s.*; locSl" buttor, 6d. to Sd.. (farmers' prices); Wollon (fODtt hutter, Bid. to rOfl. i eggs, 64. (vaw Slemnfol) j honey. 4W- to Ed.; Sydney anH [elbourne baeon, Sd. to 9Jd.» colonial roll ? Imeon, ffd.-to^Bd.; Melbourne lutms, - lBd.-to 13d. i English bums, 16d.; colonial cbeeso, 8d.j imported cheese, 9d. to 12d.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, pA,lli«llIK-STJlMT, WARWICK. 1034 .The Building Trade. WALLACE"& GIBSON i/TIAOTBNienS, BUILDERS, & Gbnbjul Xj CONTRACTORS, GPY-btrbbt, WARWICK.' 768 [aUARU.] W. GAISFORD, O^^ttt/BnlWw.fcOenM^Qontmtor, ? PgBCY>*IBUT, WARWICK. fplMBEB YABD, for the Supplyof PIKE, i CEDAE, .Ma HARDWOOD. cf *« lengths .^na dimensions,-»t lowest rates. 8S5 [CARD.] , W. G "CONLEY, pijcpeHtar,. Builder, andOeneial Son : tractor, V FlTtBOY AKD GOT-STSWlSi WARWICK. 888 .tACABp.], i; , QliMBit^nMJ^trjmd Pfrifa^Brer, Matreaa Bsilway Hotel), > ?? . 'WprS.pf pU, iiesraiptions iepf»dj to promptly, ai.inoder»te prjo«s. WB THE JRQYAL HOTEL, /' .puad^fc-irtjnri, Warwjcx. IiSTHBRIDOB, '. 'T' ^bjplqjE^R; "' tt'Mt Wines and Spirit* only kept. v. i.ChW(8nWaBlir. ? r.. !:'T i -iBfritB 9IDOB, i ?? . i*: | WmibW' v*$»SttB>io UfAttfliirtrfMiit wid the pukUo ?&T~e£td&t t£rt:l»» -tKaS'taketf the »*WT iweti-kwiWaHutd, Mite*' PMiilies'...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK TUESDAY JAN. 13, 1880. Distress in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

m jtfgus. [PPBHSEED TWItfe A WJEEK.] WARWICK i.TRBSDAX JAN! l&, 188$ "11 l^tatrew in ImMjd- : Avt^x^9ppmmMicUbie. promptitude. the Mayor of.i Warwick 1ms epDVabed -u meeting at the Town Hall to-morrrow evening, for thepurpose of taking mea sures towards assisting in the relief of the Irlfeh people. thou crald IslOj b a fact sui^cjeijt of itself to enlist d crowded meeting "o£ syinpathi ] stsM VF«3«eafta^ ew^flg/aWer.ii-e indebted for this tiuielv movement to the prominent" exertion made by Dr. O'Dobeett thrbuglrtfcoi^jfbarife Wcbb ?gKgt#® OW»wy/W^ita'7COW«,clorward at once and aid tbc famishing Irish, urging that " ' they wuru responsible for aid. But it wae^ YMcStWintfld out by Saxon wriWrtbfft tJnrwasa matter in I n^i^#tUBjwere^g^d, I and,tbe,movement,culmmated speedily I ofiftfe'Wo^t^dfc^Bs'fiiir meetings . that was ever held in the metropolis, j His Excellency the Governor presided, and related few oaiirfyllv .acute experi-1 ence of tb&lateArtreMiirg-stenes which...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

0tfBscribefsjyd Adverfciqere. OUE ACCOUNTS for the Quarter ending 31st December lost hare now been de livered, and we roust request an early SETyiiBlIJSST.or.the eamo. j^OvettJue lafccoontsctqhql^be settled forth .WtBor th'ef wiH be teeovorodTiy law. " .. ... AJ8XHPE MOBGANi . Argui Offioo, Jupwu-y, 1880, : .; B I rpHX "WAKWIOK AROUB'U now printed and oommmilcatlonSM'oreqUMted to *. aentlatntnn. 'AlWua AND thk I&ISII FAMINE.-Wu avo pleased to notice that F. Kates, Esq., MX.2L, Mayor of A Horn, ban eonrcnod a public meet fng at (bat town on Friday cvcninp next, with a view to tho prompt establishment of n fun^ in Uiiit district for tbc relief of the fam ishing population of Iivlaurl. By ilir? end of tlio wi»ck wp tiitflt to boar that aslmilfir stop has herm taken in every colonial municipality, f©rthi» ur^cnry of the case f.'imnot allow of any delay.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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CETEWAYO AT CAPE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

CETEWAYO AT CAPE TOWN. A private lettorfrom Capo Town contains tjip followiiiff Sir Bottle Frar°, in his interrierc with the Zulu King, asked him if there was anything: he wished for, and Ccto wayo, after a Blight demur, said that lie should like to have the floor of hit) room cleaner, lie has astonished his enemies not a little bv his courteous manner and cleuuli* HOBS. 1 hare often heard people euy,' Why, tme'etat imagine he is'fiuch a monster of wickedness and cruelty to look at his face.' X understand that Cetewayo lias siid that it W«his(d)stwct orders that 110 officer should be idjedsotal' thnt '-when iiis. army returned from Isondula he asked where the officer prisoners wore, and they said they could not. distinguish the officers from the men. I must not forget to tell you that Cetew.ayo takes an interest in illustrated papm, and^wbenhe was shown one of,thorn with a pitftftrfe m himself fetiati&ning a'krtfffc to ifil] Grandier he burst out laughing and 6aid he never k...

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Lord Derby on Protection. LONDON, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

Lord Derby on Protection. LONDON, January 9. Lord Derby attended a meeting at Huddersfield last evening and .in the course of the procpedings made a speech wherein he referred to a proposal made in certain quarters to'establish a pro teotire tariff in England as a remedy for the present distress. He expressed himself strongly adverse to the proposal, and predicted that the system of protec tion now existing in certain colonies trill eventually fail.

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GERMANY [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

GERMANY The Ceiircwitch and his wife, who bate been on a viBit to Berlin, dined with the Emperor, and juid visits to the members of the luip&uil Family. It would bo contrary to all ciistoin on the Continent if wen-ere not now assured in all seriousness that the ^Jsirewitch created the best itnprossison, and that his visit to Berlin IF tbo best proof of the pencoable in tentions of Bassia. Uut, stripped of all the embellishments of style, the detailed state ments 110ft" bniu? published only confirm tbo view thnl the Princo vent there to ascertain the ro:il ei^nifleince of the Aufetio-Oernton uUintice, and to make known his own sent! uiunts. lie is said to have Uiudo some rather eiirinisiiiL' statements-of hiB having no Ryiu imlliy either with PanBlaviem Of >'il)iliiiui, and bin conviction that only the introduc- ( tion of Constitutional Koforms into Eusain.attd not the persecution find crnuU ics of thi» present day, could fre« hie country from the opposing .* imua" tbftt d...

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British Acguisitions on the Gold Coast. LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

British Acquisitions on the Gold Coast. LONDON, Jauuary 10. Two chiefs on the.Gold Coast Lave ceded poitions of th» fceabourd of their countries to the British, who have taken jiossessipn. Tt is believed, on pood grounds, that the Government intend to acquire .possession of Popos Afgcvey (? Popoe), the seaport of Alionter, the oapital of the Kini? of Dahomer. thereby greatly increasing British inluence on the coast.

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GERMAN CHANCELLOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

GERMAN CHANCELLOR A German paper, speaking of the ill-health e increased to such an extent as to be almost unendurable* Prince Bismarck continues to take as motive part in a11 questions of internal ftnd foreign policy, and in the retirement of Ins country seat devotee himself to work Without QVtftum., {tetgree&,.Jiere (Berlin) tod VanBh'iarwClTO ekbnknge of telegraphic tokpitchefe i% constantly going on. Before every limb SGS&ttrai hfcrriafteringa, aa is clMtf from the latest eommunioatio e, have considerably increased, and through their uninterrupted continuance they keep the (ufferer in a eonetant state of cicitment and tleepleunesi."

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LORD CHELMSFORD ON THE ZULU WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

LORD CHELMSFORD ON THE ZULU »f~*' "^WAR. X*'lS tfiefnjSford.in £ho course of a speech at Grocers' Hall on November 13, aficr liis nd iTOiwipntotbe honorary meniboiship of the oomijaiiy, raid it was gratifying to lam in find tbatlh that groat city, within the precincts of which ]iih fittlicr was bora, and within thu aouudof wholly bells lio (the speaker) himself first saw the light, the services that liu hml been enabled to render to Jbis Queen and 6^lrg fijdifjforenl pafts pf then-oWd durir^ 'a military career extending over 35 years were appreciated. To acknowledging tbe high compliment that bad been paid him that erasing, be had a satiaftciion in feeling that ho tbowed it with those who so loyally and ably assisted him daring the time that he bad the hwquf tojioromapcl Her Mujesty's; forces in HoAh-Vifnca. He sopeJ 1b enlist their aympathy in favor of tho-e lately under bis command whoso doty did not lie in the im mediate front, and who. yet (contributed, each in his «e*eraf Wgm, ...

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General Roberts' Durbar at Cabul. CALCUTTA, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

Genoral Roberts' Durbar at Cabul CALCUTTA, January 10. All continues quiet at Cabul. Cene ral Roberts is adopting measures to reassure tlie public miud regarding the intentions of the British Government. He held a durbar yesterday, at. which lie made a speech to a large number of chiefs who were present, assuring them that the lives, religion, and property of the inhabitants would bo respected.

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Famine in Silesia. BERLIN, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

Famine in Silesia Kerlik, January 10. Tlio famine in Silesia is increasing in severity, and measures for the relief of the sufferm's are lining a'lopterl. The Prussian Chamber of Deputies hae voted (3,0l)0.000 luarks for the prom", tion of relief works.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Arrest for sedition in South Africa. CAPETOWN, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

Arrest for sedition in South Africa. CA.PKTOWN, January 11. The Former President of thrf Trans vaal has been arrested on a charge of treason, and committed for trial. Bail was refused. LONDON, January 11. Advices liave been received from Capetown to the 9tb instant which state That tlio 06vernm»nt continues its uolicp of suppressing-all seditions mani festations. , A warraut. has been issued for the arrest of M. Kriiger, imother former President of the Transvaal.

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Defeat of the Bolivian Troops. LONDON, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

Defeat of tlie Bolivian Troops. LONDON, January 11. The Bolivian t,rooi>s under General Syce liave been overthrown, Hie Presi dent bns fled, and the country is in a ntate of revolution.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE THIRSTY HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

TUB THIRSTY IIl'SBAN'D. Tito thirsty husband loses sclf-rcsixx-t, IIib things can #airce be said to bo correct; You'll always And him sauntering in the street, (Judging Btnvy nips from ever}1 friend he meet. In his own houso ore lie never found Hut all the "|iubs." woll know tho loafing hound. "Uanl up," gets " whitewashed" in the nicest way, Cursed by his creditors twenty time* a day. tfis faced ne'er washed, ids neatly reddened nose, Show* plainly In which way tho money goes. Ilia windows smashed, his dirty unswept floor, Is only cquallod by the dirtier door. If IN potd and kettles to hU " Uncle'1 go, " Coppers" ho gets, not silver, iri return to show. His house no table and no chair contains, And scarce a vestige of a hed remains And frownln; " beak," at Jcnyth compeJJcd fo vJcw The frequent complaints made by the men in blue, dives him "three months," whJch, Iiettcr.fir than hoallli, Will doubtless tend to regulate his health. lours Rcd-feulously, 6OK Wil, Junior. Pond, Warwick....

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THE THRIFTY WIFE. [Extract from the WARWICK EXAMINER AND TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

TIfE TJIUIFTY U'irK. I [Kxtract from the WARWICK EXAMINKU AND TIMBH.] I A thrifty woman gains herself rc.s|>cct, Her houi-e and all berthings correct; You will not And her wintering, in the utreet, Collecting' nows from every strata ahe tueet. In hor own dwelling she Is evor found, Aii<l With her smile Uigporulnff svraot around; Her walh are whitewashed In the nlcobt way, Bo she nwcepi the cobwcbs twenty times a day. Her windows wtuihod-her neatly red up floor, She's even bo clcanly tlrnt she scours the door. Her pots and kettio* glisten in a row, p You'd deem them ullverTioatly ptatfed for show, ller chain and tablou, hor hoiwe contains, DOCH train her credit for her useful pains; And frowning envy, most admiring view, The many things a thrifty wifo can do. Such arc the means that constitutes her wealth, Such gentle labor regulates the health.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PENDING POLITICAL TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

PESIUXU POLITICAL TROUBLES, AS tim date for tJio re opening of the Frcnch Chaiuhur approaches the anxiety among moduralo politicians docs not tend tu grow h-.ss, :tii<{ lli-i ln^t-inforiDo l opinions are ontho Mdcof the prophets of difficulties and troubles. It :h not only tho Conburvativo parties in Franco why sJirjrc these tfioi/my upprohoutiiaus. J2nrue«t ULjmhlicfiiiP, myu \yho Iiuve loyally accepted or eagerly welcomed the present form of tJoTcrnment, tin? among tho most preoccu pied and doubtful of the critics of public ufLirs, and it mny easily happen, according In their anticipations, that internal politics will prove to be so engrossing as completely to withdraw the French Kepublio fr<jin the temptation or tho opportunity of meddling with foreign question*. It is not.tha nc^tQejr ous diicnesa< s of revolutionists of the worst spccios, like the ox-editor of the PdreDuchesne and his worthy comp ers, who have been elected in the .South and Nort...

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