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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] The Irish Famine. LONDON, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [BEDTIili'S AGENCY.] Ths Iri3h Famine LONDON, Juunar THE Lord Mayor of Dublin, ns chairman of (lie Irish Famine Relief Committee, has telegraphed to tlic Mayors of the various Australian capi tals to the effect that the distress is in creasing, and aid is urgently required.

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

HUNTING DOWN A HUS1UNI). A ease has ju«t been docided befpro tho Appeal Court a* Mela which kIIOWB lu what dupths the fair sex iu the Fatherland will go in ordor to proeuro a husband. Ftauicio Catherine M«hJ was onfiutiod to a doeiruliJc mrtnor to whom she had imprudently declared hero age nt six years less than it'really whs,. Ab soon iib the moment arrivbd for producing the ccr tiiioatc of birth, sho wna a\v<uo lh.it hsr little deception would ho dincovered, and bIih feared greatly that tho match, upon wliiuh alio had net her heart* would thereupon incontinently bo broken off. She thorofore took tho liberty of altering tho official document, so as to make it correspond with the statement alio lud already made. Tim ruse wait so far successful that the ceremony took f>)arc, ind tho husband duly united to a ady whom ho believed to be quite a jeunc imjenue. Unfortunately, t.lio ocrtilicate iu pHsuiug through bojiio office, happened to be minutely examined by one of tho o...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Divisional Boards Act. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

The Divisional Boards Act. WE learn from the Colonial Secretary's office that all the necessary arrangements arc ia progress for bringing the Act iofci opera tion in all parts of the colony at the date originally determined upon., The alteration in tha^xtsernal boundaries of divisions sug gested by residents have ail been considered and determined upon, and were gazetted on Tuesday last. The sketching oat of proposed sub-divisions is boiug proceeded with as rapidly as possiblei and arc expected to be ready all in good time. There are more than thirty divisions the residents in which have not ae yet petitioned to elect their own boards In these divisional meetings will be held to morrow* January 10, at two o'clock in the afternoon at the court house in or nearest each division to give another opportunity for the residents to nominate subject to the ap proval of the Governor in Council, fit and proper persons for appointment as members of the first board. On the election of any board,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TREACHERY OF THE AMEER [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

TEEACHERT'OP THE'AMEER The auspiajon >|w)iiefr posted on Yakoob Khari, and which was-tompprarily ipmorod by his joining General ^lotarfc. ajtVKhnsbl,. u a^ain settling dowfain'mtk1.1 It' iiWeieen discovered that the night before the battle of Char-Asiab he has visited in his tent tar Natb Mahomsi'i whb cdmrtabd&l IhVetifchiy '¥exl daj% and it is also Btpteg tiiat a,plan for bis Yakoob, now practically a prisoner, has been removed from SiahB»ni{ Oatnp to Shlrpnr, under .an escort pf the 9th Jj&ncers. Alt attendants except tfour 'bare Men 'dismissed, A. sentry is constantly on duty, ,inside M* quarters and a strong guard outeid#. Ttoctfi teems :now little doubt of .his freaahe(y,ikiid the general opinion is that he will ,te'«tnfc»a a State prisoner to India. Itiswfetedthat when .he announced to General Hohert»<his intention to abdicate he said he wonlifratber be a grass-cutter in the British camp than Ameer, of. Cbbbl. Ahd' th&t hi Ma4'triQU£ &...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMEMORATION OF THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

COMMEMORATION OP 5CHE TIB AD. November .2 and 3 "beiiia All Saints' and All Soiils' dayfe, tho OTtire^Hpilin.tlo6 (#)&>iDe was moved as if by one'conaent to commemo rate its dead. Aaotent itideod^ by ten's ? uj»n tens" of centuries, through Paganism and Chvistanis'm, as is this custom in Borne, it mitfht have bad u special revival this year. Tbe l'injjroad to the.ceibelpry of San Lprenzo was thuohgoti W>th' 'daffi by a double line of coo Veyftncce,,, often jhfisyi ?? -69"» i&flt p&ce, and by a ci^wa ioi fpodtshTiiDS flocltuifr lH>th , ways. "The. aiem, fijld'Sf the , daai IboTcod as if bad bu'cotte the''btijjV 'gaUieruigi place of tbe living; and it 'tfii£ht'almost be described as gay, from the multitude of flower Vendors assembled, outside .atoH tfab WteathB of gurlandB, with which 'the desd Wett covered. The secular custom, also; of light ing Itnupeaod candjjestat the heafls of rmvp wife 'Wiverefilly obiervfea: ' Liberal *and Clericals ware uni...

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

LOEbCHELMSFORD TiO.rct Chelmsford passed Ihrougii Blading op Monday, onhie way to.thb sekt pf fSirCharies liuseell at Swallowfleld. Ho Was met atthb railway station' by: a large and enthusiastic crowd, who dragged him in 'Bir Russell's carriage to the market-place,' »ljere his lui dahip mode a short speech thanking the peoplo for Ills reception. HisV lordship proceeded to Swallowfleld. The Jlt-fay m'd Navy Gazette says that it is able to state tKilt it is the intention to offer Lord Chelmsford a command on home service shorty, to com panstte him for the loss of bis commAnaat the and in recognition of his services in having effectually bta>Ken the povter ot IKing Cotowayo.-1'all Mali liudyct.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE VISIT OF THE CZAREWITCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

THE VISIT 6P THE ' To the-Emwror pf Austria "beBnillOTrab iect of mttch speralntJdn, tiat ttteWrbnk be little doubt that the object of his jouAefrio Vienna -woe to ascertain tier real mtfalfieOTioe of the Austro-Qeriuon alliance, tma'tt>"iAa1<fe known bis own sentiments: ? He id 'kiAil to bare made Some rather sutyrtsihg 6tite|nehto -of1 his having no' sympathy eitief 'with PanBltwieu) br Nihilism, and of hiscobylction that only tfJo introduction of Constitutional reforms into Russia, and not the peraaautiees and cruelties of the present day. oould free his country from the opposing " iittna"sthat distract it' Whether such xefot-ms ,ar6 yoi sible may be ft matter <it doubt; but many Nihitats profess to have oslf the $ame object as is attributed to the Qmnd Data in tbis representation of His Imperial. ,High|ie«f'p opinions. The Czarewitch also emphatically declared the resolution of Russia to observe the conditions and obligation^ frf thetI^iiip Treaty, and t...

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

WANTED ii Good Gcncml SERVANT muut be abl«- to cnolt ; Rood wttgiu. Apply at ouce to M«s. Wills, lluval Hotel, Alloru. 37 WANTED to l>c known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is a) most the only one in Australia where JOINTS of PRIME BEEF cau be purchased at per lb. 1129. WANTED IJon&ckocpcrsto trv SANDElt I SUN'S BAKING POWDER uml SANDERSONS WASHING CRYSTAL Sold by nil (Jroccrs, find Wholesale byT tfAKbisitsox, Kelvin Gtorc-roud, llrislmn'J To Let, AM: AT three rnonu'il COTTAGE, new . nml tpimlftl, ront low and rates pniil. A[ i''y(o, J. UliAt.v, (iiiy-Htrci.t. <i' £1 Reward. LOST from Warwick about tlio 2.">th of (icli.linr, ft liKht I>ltAU(iHT MA1UC, branded DOV ijvri' A::A near shoulder, star ill forehead. Tlio above reward will bu pnid mi delivery to 1'ATKICK MITCHELL, Dragon-street or, JAMKS liuusH, Cemetery. 29 OHALLENOE. I HAVE been informed by Mr* Allman, thai Mr. C'ouuell is prepared to back liny gliding Velocity to ruu my horse Nonsuch. 1 wil...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Queensland Debentures. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

The Queensland Debentures. TUB recent drop in the Queensland debentures is not justified, but we arc in no way surprised at the declcnsion, and if a further drop were announced to-morrow it would excite no astonish ment in the minds of people who have any knowledge of the tricksters in the background who manipulate these mat ters and pull the wires. The same dodge was practised when the New Zealand agents were in the market re cently for a loan. Queensland ib now a candidate for three millions of money, and consequently tho best and most powerful meanB are exercised to deteri orate the value of her stocks by resort ing to dexterous artiGces and advanc ing specious excuses to justify the sud den change. We could easily have appreciated such a downward tendency four or fivo months ugo-nay, even two months ago-but, coming as it does now, on tho eve of a new loan, wo find another instance of tho subtlety of those accoininodufiug geutlcuien ou Clio I Loudon Stork Exchange. Tho con scienc...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC [REUTER'S AGENCY.] Quarrel between German and Russian Officers. LONDON, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC [BECTER'S AGENCY.] Quarrel between German and Russian Officers. LONDON, January 15. A QUAKBEL has occurrcd at. Knlisz between the Hussian and German officers, at a regi mental dinner. The Hussions drew their Bwordfl, and blondsbed was only averted by the action of tho Russian commander* who afterwards escorted the German officers to (ho frontier with a troop of hu&Bars.

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A Supposed Lunatic at Large. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

A Supposed Lunatic at Large. A Latdley correspondent writes on let instant:-" About six o'clock p.m. on Wednesday ayoung girl aged sixteen years, daughter of Bobert Burns, of Sandy Creek, was looking after some cattle in the ranges between Sandy and Laidley Crooks, about brce miles miles from her father's bouse, when eho eaw a wnn standing under a tree with both hands over his head and looking upwards. Thinking that tbn man was lost m the bush she approached hiui, and im mediately ho saw her coming towards him he lun to meet her, but she observed that he had got no trousers or boots on. Sho im mediately became frightened, altered her course, and ran in the direction of homo. The man followed her and kept within sight of her all the way. On entering tho door of her father's house she told what she saw, and pointed towards the stockyard whero the man stopped. Her father ran towards the stock yard and there saw a man droBsed in hiB shirt, with a strap round his waist and having a hat o...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Germany and Russia. BERLIN, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

Germany and Russia' Bkklin, January 1G. The German Government have made formal representations to the Government of Russia in consequence of a recont quarrel between Russian and German officers at Kalisz, which arose in consequence of a political discussion at dinner. .

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A Curious Will Case. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

A Curious Will Case. UNi>nit tho bonding (ho Mrlliounw Ajc rr]»vo{ui*.-Kf.om th<* Ijupora a in.-i ; t riinl ill !):.« law < o«ii1s of that rity. 11 wj.k a j Hiiil inRLiluh'-l for tlit* purine of proving 1hr will of si l)r. Woidon AivhdaM. win had diod on January 2(1, IS7'i in .Vaiyborouch, Qii'vuk hind, and whoso m*xt of kin dteputod the l"Hlunn«nl on tin- pl»:i Unit (ho toKtator WJI* undor tin* inflni«nr,» of drink when ln» gnv» iiiRiriu-t ioiip (d lmv«» tin1 docunii'ut drawn up. Th#» niJl J,if 1)"> '.vhwJr af tho jMopeiiy of iJ»'. ctiiwd (in D-mogul and Fermanagh) to hie widow. Augo*:# .Aivhdull, hotter kuown in the I'olomVfi us Andi<u Navaro, the burlesque actress. The result of tho action was not known when tho mail left, us tlio counsel for Dr. AirlidaU's relatives had taken tt technical point relating to the proof ot' tho will, and tho case hud consequently Won ad journed to inumit the opposing lawyem to look into the matter. There arc a ...

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Increase of European Armaments. London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

Increase of European Armaments. London, January 15. The Olobe states tbat» owing to tbo increafio of the Fronch and Russian inilitai-y foroos, the Government have resolved to tako action in » similar direction.

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Poor British Noblemen. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

Poor British Noblemen. LORD Chelmsford is probably the poorest peer of {be realm. H 1B private meanB certainly do not exceed £2000 a year, and be baa no expectations. His lecond brother it; a cavalry officer, married, and with children. The next is a judge, with a salary of £5000, and childless, .the only affluent member of his family. The fourth son is one of the Lord Chancollot'Bse&etnries. TliolateLordCbelmfi. ford bad for over twenty years an income of £10,000 and £16,000 from bis practice at the bar; them be became Lord Chancellor with a salary of £10,000 and a pension of £6000 on retiring. He was a domestio man, and devoid of vices, but be bad a wife who was resolved to vie in tho fashionable world of London with persons having hereditary incomes of £60,00(1 and upward. - Of three daughters, two married men with a few hundreds a year, and the third is single. The sons have nut in rriod women of fortune. A position about the court yielding, perhaps, £HU0 a year, ie all ...

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Claims of the Duke of Cumberland. London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

Claims of the Duke of Cumberland. London, January 15. The Duke of Cumberland refuses to agree totbe proposals of the Emperor of Germany is reference to bia estate in Hanover.

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Tha Australian Nation. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

Tha Australian Nation A HATlfIu.It rem:irl;uljle p.ip;>r Iijul. r this lillr appears in tiiu January number of 131? ? ' toui-nr llcvicir, c<-ntriljulerl by the lion John Douglas, M.L.A. In the preceding nunilvi Sir Henry Parltes published a pnp?r ;ulvn MI - ing iv confederacy, from which Queensland ib be excluded becaus t her extent of country w.is great enough for a "mighty nation," whilo bor soil und climate marked mil for her & different colonising career. Si:1 Homy, thei efou-, dc'iiiied n union of New >outh Wales, Victoria, and South Australia, which hi' thought could lie apccdily accomplished it the local 1e;n«ktuu;a look i:i tliut direction. The ad'orates of federation Inure failed, BO he maintained, because their niuiR have been vague, and " because there I111H been a want of logical contisU-ncy in tin* relegation of this subject from the domain of local legislation." Mr. Doujjl s objects to the exclusion of Queensland from an Australian confedeiatlo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. A[?] Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

Commercial Anous Office, Monday Evening. Beibbane. -.Wo crtracl. the following quotations froirii&e Courier of Friday lust; Messrs. Midgley and Co., ol the Bailway Produce Markets, Brisbane, report for weak ended Thursday. Jannary ID, as follows: Supply steady, demand fair. The rise in muiia obtained on Thursday last was not snstained; sound, steady at 2s. 2d. to 2s. 3d.; weovily largely in excess, at Is. &d. to 2s. Hay-oaten, 47s. Gd. ; lucerne, 48s. Cd. to 60s., all inferior; chaff, prime mixed, 76s. to 80s.; inferior,'46B. to 5&s.; potatoes, slightly lower; early rose, Ills. 6d. to 125s.; white rocks, 117s. id. to 122B. 6d.; rein, 120s. to 125s. j other sorts, sound. U5s. to 130s.; damaged, from 60s. upwanfe; onions, prime, pioked Spanish, 100s. to 120s.; common and small, 60s. tollOs.; damaged, 60B. upwards; pumpkinB, 24s. to 20s.; butter, dull at a fall of 3d. tor best brands, owing to glut of im ported ; best brands iWling Downs, fresh, Hd. to Bid. j pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, Palms RiN-STftERT, WAEWICK. 1034 The Building Trade WALLACE-8c GIBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, & Oenriial CONTRACTORS, Guv-stbbbt, Wabwick. :us £A cAno.] w. GAISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, & General Contractor, PEKCV-sthekt, WARWICK. rrilUBER YARD, for tho Supply of l'INE. .L CEDAR, Hid HARDWOOD, of all length* and dimensions, at lowest rates. 895 [CABD. ] W. G. CONLEY, Carpenter, Builder, and General Con tractor, FrrtROY akd Gct-sthsbts, WABWJCK. 888 [a OABn.1 F. PALMERO, Cabinet-maker and Upholsterer, Matress *ud falliuse Maker, (Kut door to M'Dermott'a Railway Hotel), Gdt-btheet, WARWICK, K.B.-Joiner's.work of all descriptions at tendad.to promptly,*! moderate prices. 898 THE] RATAL HOTEL, PAXKtRIK-aTlISET, WARWICK. J. T. LETHBEIDGE, PROPRIETOR, £)RIVATESitUng ROOMS for FAMILIES. A FIR8T.CLA68 TABLE. Beat Wines and Spirits only kept GOOD Stabuvo. 3. T. LETHBRIDGE, boyal. HOTEL, Corner of Palmsrin and Grafton-Btreeta....

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The Wativick Arg[?]s. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: TUESDAY, JAN. 20, 1880. The Condition of Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

[PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WABWICK: TUESDAY/ JAN. 20, 1880. The -Condition of Ireland. THE state iof Ireland at (Jiia moment. IB far too tferiousio 'lie withdrawn from the attention of the public by a were observation on recent proceedings at the Town Hall, inviting so successfally .the praotiah! benevolence of all who ? sympathies with our distressed brethren in Ireland. IWeventuVod, by a women taiy digression*In our comments on the ^proceedings of Wedaeadpy evening, to endorse the allegations advanced by : - the Rev. Father EOBU. as to the source of Irish diaqpntent. . We were, in aposi tion to oorrobo&teliiB remarks, notas regards tyrannies) landlords, but tyr ^iway ia its basest form on the part of ; those dandy snobs par excellence who /sure known at home as noblemen's : " stewards." We have a keen recollec tion some years, figo of a review at i- :Bdg30l^ of folunbeers and a portion of the naval r brigade, This practical display was brought about by the noble Earl of t M...

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