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

To Subscribers 'and Advertisers O0B ACCOUNTS for the Quarter ending 81st December last have now been de livered, and we must request an early 6ETTLEMENT of tbe same Overdue accounts' must be settled forth with or tbe; will be recovered by law. ABTHTJR MORGAN. Argus Office, January, l680. MOTICK OF BKHOVAL rriHX " WAttWIOK ARGOT" U now printed X and pntdlabBd in those new commodious Tininli- *** jmw"1n,itnMi| dlranttv op una ootnmuftloKtton* are reqnetted to ». MutlBtntoM. 1 .? ?

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

Warwick School of Arts. : BELOW wo give in full the fifteenth annual | report of the above institution, which was , presented to the members and adopted at tho annual general meeting held on Thursday I evening last. The unusual demand on our I news space last issue prevented its publica I tion earlier; but as the meeting stands ud I journed till Thursday evening next, wc are I in liopeB that 60me of the tnoro important questions touched upon in the report will ! r«ceivothe earliest attention of the the metn j hers. First in importance is the proposed new building:. The lethargy exhibited by a numerous bulk of the subscribers on this subject probaWy arises from the fact that they regard the matter as one that should be left for the incoming committee. This we look upon us erroneous. The general sub* srribeis should decide definitely whether an effort is to IJC made to erect a new building; they should lix upon the site for, and define tho character of, the structure, and leave detail...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ALGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

TO THE EDITOR OF THJI WAHW1CK ALQUS. DUAU >ik,-Will you kindly inform mo if the committee of the Irish Famine Relief Fund hud a mci-ting since the general meet, ing of the citizens, which was held on Wed nesday evening lust, the 14th instant, Mi-srs. Green, D.iveney, and Oarew Ryan were " gushing" in their speeches, and a j;ood deal wus expected of thoin irrespective of their subscriptions. I find the secretary did not mh'Citisi? the K«bsc;rip((o»a tfivim ui (hut meeting; a paltry saving was of <joursi! the object, as the adve-tismg would cost about " 143 Od." '. uf your charity," will you suggest to the Mayor to call a meeting of the committee at once, for the puipose of appointing collector in town and country. I have bceu a resident of Warwick for the la6t fourteen years# and I have never seen a committee so well selected, und chosen from all classes, crcuds, and nationalities ILX the one named in the 2ri«h Famine Kelief Fund. ROSENTHAL. Warwick, 19th Junuavy, 1380....

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The Attack on Mr. Green. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

The Attack on Mr. Green TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK AttGUfc. Slit,-It mis in a certaiu Hole) on Satur day evening whoro I picked up a copy of tho Tootvoomba Chroniclc, and my attention was directed to a statement. and a uinst false one too, with reBpect to a gentleman in this neighborhood. Now, 1 do detest stabljinf; people in the dark, but tlic report tliut Mr. (Jreen snubbed Dr. Taylor is as false as a lie am well be. I was standing at tbc window of the Police Court when the conversation sprung up between Dr. Taylor and Mr. Green, iui*l ulthnu.il I must confess that if ever nue gentlemen i ncited a snub from another, it was III' Taylor, for attempting an agitation on so illegitimate an oucasion, which upon the surface of things was palpably pre-conceived, backed up as lie evidently was l>y ft powerful party. t wondeiud several limps during the election what all theso patient gentlemen iu the rear of the court meant. I never saw such u splnndid exhibition of good order in Warwi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondent[?] and will always reject personal [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. \'The /Miter mitt 11A be reipHnsViU fw any opinions or vfcirs by corrcujmH' tlfni i, and will n'vttui njccl ions vvIcm n« suiyi'ci.-i "/ jutMic imj>urtnvirc, and guaranteed by the sujaa tttre of the author.'] The Late Hospital Election. TO THK BDITOU OF THE WARWICK AKUCS. -I must ask for a mimM portion in your columuB ut tliu earliest issue, to tike exception ioa report, which appeared in the Tuuwuomho Chrntiielc of -Saturday la«t, with reference to the recint election of three members to servo on the Hospital committee. The report bays that Dr. Taylor*' was quietly snubbed 1*3' the chairman." Cii» anything*, , Sir, ho bo contrary to trull) ? A more calu mnious statement I never heard in my life. But irrespective of this denial of the report in question, 2 vendor how uiHtiy persons having the remotest knowledge of Mr. Green , would believe him to be capable of "snub- 1 hing." I WAS present on the occasion re feired to, and xvatched throughout the pro gress of ibis...

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Irish Disaffection. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

Irish Disaffection. TO THE ED1TOH OF T1IR WARWICK ARGUK. Hin,-Ar a native of Irclund, an J u rcuidcnt in that country for uiuuy years, 1 crave a email space in your columns to oxproas my humble opinion ue to oue of tho causua of din* fifft-ction in Ireland. It is not. the t.ymiinical landlords, but the very tyrannical little ngcntB that they appoint to tthidii the causes ol' this mischievous ec»m»quenoi>s of lu.il-ndtiiinistrn* tion are dui*. Dies* men are gonoraJly store keojici H, who will tako an iigi-ncy for nothing, on account of the trade it briwrH (horn. A tenant haa only to deal regularly at the store and apply n little vxtmgold n«MV nnd then and the agent bioonie3 a niuol. pliable twl, dis mitwintt innny an hun**."! tenant without. <1m rlitihlosl, caub'.1, uUowin;«- hi;ii nothing for un oxIijiuhUm! iin|M'oviMn<«niH, ainip'y because he h:i<l lx»<»n ln-Hr"! l>y a wree'ly fuv.ji-r, who «hj sived po4seKsii»i of hi* n'»i«r1ihor'e...

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Marsupial Tax. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK AEGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

Marsupial Tax. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUB. SIR,-In justification to myself, stigmatised as a defaulter, and to 6ave others from a like fate, I feci called upon through the medium of your widely circulating journal, to bring the matter before the public. In March, 1878, an advertisement appeared in the Gazette, as well as in the public news* papers, calling for Assessment on cattle at the tale of four shilling! for every twenty head of cattle .lc|uiBturcdoo any holding in tho War wick district, by order of the Directors of the Marsupial Boatd. For the 6 assessments called upon, I have paid X1G3, that is, at the rate of £32 10s. each assessment, being for tbc number of cattle I*have hod depasturing on .. Balandean," in the colony of Queens land. I was summoned before the Warwick Court for a further amount of XSO 8s" on the ground of the numbers of GOOO and 4000 having been paid for under the Brands Act to the Government. My payments were made to the Board on the number of catt...

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C[?]nnamulia. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

GnnnamuUa. [KBOM ODE OWN COUKESPONDEST.] January 17. It has been ascertained that the man who stuck up the Qtt seusland National Honk here J yesterday iB named Joseph Wells. The same mail hog beeu twice arrested previously on charges of horse-stealing, and be escaped on both occasions-once from the hands of the poUco, and once from Thotgoinindah lockup. The cash taken from the bank, amounting to about £200. was all recovered. Mr. Murphy, who was wounded by the robber, is doing well; but the ball has not yot been extracted from his shoulder. The prisoner was brought up at the poiico court, and remanded till Monday.

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Reported Defeat of the Russians. London, January 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

Resorted Defeat of the Russians. London, January 18th. The poet of Military Governor at Cabul has bees abolished in order to give confidence to the natives. Wali Mahomet who throughout the cam paign has remained loyal to the British, has been appointed by General Roberts to ad minister in tbe city of Uibul. There was a railway aceident at Ormsk'rk near Liverpool, on Saturday, in which seven persons wero killed and thirty injured. Advices from Asia report renewed fl?btin? between the fitiBsioss and Turkoman^ m which the fiuseians suffered a severe oct'eac

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TERRIBLE CYCLONE AT FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

TUKKIULE CYCi.ONE AT FIJI. Advices just received at Sydney report u terrible cyulono ut Fiji on December ] lib, which resulted in A groat destruction of B.'innua und Fijian crops, l'he Hhannr.n, bl ip, nnd the Ariel, HCLiooult, went iiahore, the hitler becoming u total wreck. Severn) nrnjiller vofwels wimv denlroycd. The tidal wave went into the bufih 1W two tnili-s nt Nudi» sweeping everything before it, Many European rcBideiiuos in the various talntida littvc been (k'Ktroyo l

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Sydney. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 January 1880

Sydney. {MOM OUR OWN COSRSKPONDEKT.) January 16. In the Legislative Assembly this afternoon, the Premier, in answer to a a question in reference to the condemned bushrangers, stated that, in considering the case on the z3td and 24th of last month, the Government saw no reason to disturb the sentence; but that (he Governor subsequently saw fit to exercise his prerogative of mercy in the case of the two younger prisoners, and he was not sorry that MB Excellency had done BO. This after noon the Executive had conaidered all the petitions presented in favor of Scott and Slogan, ana had come to the conclusion that there was no reason for reopening the cose or reversing the sentence passed on these two. The debate is still proceeding upon a motion of adjournment. Mr. Greenwood contended that the Governor had acted un constitutionally in going in opposition to the I Government in the case of Willianm and Bennett. Sir Henry Porlcee, in a lengthy speech, quoted precedents justifying the actio...

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

Notice to Debtors ALL Aocounta Duti to the iiudercigaed, or to the late firm of llall, M'Ara, and Co., MUST BE PAIU to Sir, Authub Mok OAN on or before FKRRUARY 1, otherwieo they will be raeovend by law without rupect tOJMIWU. 68 GEORGE HALL. £1 Reward. LOST from Warwiok about tlie 25th o October, « light DRAUGHT MARE, branded DOT over ASA .near (bowlder, atar in forehead. The above rowfttd will bej paid on delivery to Patiuck Mitchkll, Dragon-etreet or, JAIIBI Boms, Cemetery. 80 For (Me at Allora, . THK ROYAL, HOTEL, with a Large HALL, an? a COTTAGE occupied a* Telegraph Office, or the Hotel separate. Apply to C. H. WILLS, ? Royal Hotrl, Allora. Jtxamliur please copy 6 time*;: , 97 j-.:; ;. . SHtem Downs Horticultural md Agri cultural Association. EXHIBITION OF 1880. INTENDING Eihibitdii are wiim liull v if. queetod to note that no Entrieavdlbe' received after thS ?lne epeci&ed intoonditiona, vie, fin cuuii Mvs pkiob TO thk SHOW TWO 1'UBLTCANS,"SOOTH8, aiia the H. C. CLEEVE...

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

WA r.\STEP to be known thai the CHEAP , , ' MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP in almost the only ouo in Australia where JOINTS of PRIME HEEI'" urn lie purchased at ljd per .b. 11-a f7"AKTKl) Hoiiwli copers to try SANDER *r Su.VS MA K1M' POWDKIt n.ijl SANDEKSOS'ri WASHING CRYSTAL, S"l,l l>v all Ghwcvb, and Whnlosalo by 1' SAMWi'isox, Kelvin liruvc-road, DiibIkihc 974 NOTICE. A POUND SALE of Unrelaased 1JOHSES will In' liol'l at tlio I'ound Yards THIS DAY (TUESDAY), ut 12 o'clock uoon. R1 J. M. MORGAN. H1 Division of Clifton. Colonial Secretary's Office, liriabiiiic, l.'itli January, 1880. ["IS Escelloney the Governor in Connci j_JL buvinp, in |inrniianceof " The Jlhvion*1. Board* Act of 187'J." directed tL.it the lirst Board lor tin- Division of Clifton, Bind". be clcc toil in the manner prescribed by the said Act, and having appointed GEORGE I. M. MUIIKAY, Police Magistrate, of Warwick, to Ins tho RoturniiiR Officer to conduct sncli election, His Excellency now directs it to to notified for ge...

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 January 1880

MELBOURNE. ' [FAOM OiraOWN COABB8POKDRNT] January 23. ' There :was a disgraceful scene liist night at ifceiAJwembly during a discussion, caused by tbel iitiempt to- brioc; on the Embassy vote. .Mm Fferjratson,' after being unsuccosstu], attempted ito. artench the mace from the Btaad. Be eeiied heavy volumes of the Bl&tiateSf anastruck Mr. M'Intyre. Ho was l(ffertfanl|s'jSitiggid to his seat, calling out, me tyyyou blackguards," but he sub *Wj trtmtl^ wl for nis conduct, and the

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Sydney. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 January 1880

Sydney. {VBOK OCR OWN COBKKSPONDENT.) January 23. At the half yearly meeting nf the Com mercial Bank to-day a dividend of 25 pur . cent per annum was declared. . The Orient steamer cleared to-day with a , / large passenger list, and over 3000 bales of wool. ., » The bone show openpd to-day, and tlio , display was very good.

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Warwick Petty Debts Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20. (Before the Police Magistrate And Win. Thompson, and E.L.Tho[?]ton, Esqrs., JJ.P.) UNDEFINDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 January 1880

Warwick Petty Debts Court TceSDAT, JiNUART 20, (Before the Police Magistrate,. And Win. Thompson, and E^.t,.lh6mtbn, Esqre., JJ.P.) 'fO VKDirENDED CAB KB. Verdicts tor plaintiffs, in' the several amounts claimed, were given in the following cases:- , ... . ,, P. Kelcber V. Lewis, goods, £i, andoosts of eeurbnnd "witness Sis, 6d;j in allies Is. 6d. -A: 'Andrews Wi Arromronjr, goods, £18 ?fa Sd.»coats of«ourtau4wfa*Ml(U|f$4j in ullXlf^^;' h".; , Jno, Soufer , v. (&rl Jlawhwiftke,, .goods, £2 Is. 8S. costs.qf court suadwltnees 10s.; in all*21«H.''6a:' " "Y Two other cas^e were settled .out of^oourt, and one, F. (JfuickBhaiik'v. E.]C. .'Evpas, continued for feervicd. ' " . DZFJCNDXD CABK8. ..fe«N*\-C. Wkgner/ v. 1$. I Hp^f-Mibunt claimed, £A 12s. dd. Verdict for plaintiff, £3 12a Cd., costs' of ttoirt and Witness lis.; total, M 3s. Od. Mr. Conquest for plaintiff, Mr. Fowles fordefendint. Damages.-Jas Campbell ?. John Gonnell -Amount cl&imad, V«rdiptior sUintiff, £8 17s. ...

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Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, January 20. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 January 1880

Warwick Police Ooort; TUESDAY, Jancaet'20. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRUNKENNESS.-Thomas M'Mahon, for a first offence, woe discharged with the usual cn ill ion; and, for conducting himself in a disorderly manner, wae fined 6s. or 24 hours imprisonment. WEDNESDAY, JANOABT 21. (Before C. B. Daveney, Esq., J.P.) Dbuneennebs.-Richard Bourle, charged with this offence, trn fined 10s. or 48 hours imprisonment. 1'BOFAME Lanouaoe-The oamo prisoner pleaded guilty to this charge, and wus fined Sb. with the alternative of 24 hours in the cellB. VAGRANCY.-A charge brought, against J*hn Lajfcrly was, at the request of the Police, adjourned for three days. Assault.-R.Johnson v. Knust. Adjourned to next day. TittmsDAT, Jandaet 22. (Before the Police MagiBtiate 4nd Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) DRUNKENNESS.-T/urouu OUctoti, on a first conviction, was discharged. James Pentland, also charged with this offence, was find 20s. or 48 hours is the oells. ASSAD lt.-R. Johnson o. Kyiut.-JU. D'Eulli van a...

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 January 1880

Brisbane. [FBOH ODB OWN C6KBEEPONDENT.3 Januury 23. Mrs. J. B. DiolrBon, wife of the lalo Colonial Treasurer expired early this morning from fat&nus, brought ©n from an occidental ehot through her hand Bomo days sinco. Mr. Walker, of Dumbleton plantation. Maokay, was drowned at Kocky crossing yesterday.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC [REUTER'S AGENCY.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 January 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC [REUTER'S AGENCY.] (FROM ouii OWN cori!khimndi'.NT.) LOUDON, January i!J. Beef, tallow, S5n. (Id., nnd mutton 3!ls. The wool sales will comuioneo 011 February 17. Fifty thousand bales havo arrived, and the probable quantity anticipated is two hundred and fifty thouiand bales.

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THE WARWICK ARGUS. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WABWICK SATURDAY, JAN. 24, 1880. Our Streets and Waterworks. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 January 1880

?i"nT v.- {rrBLtBBSD *WIO* A WBE*.] WABWlOEi SATURDAY, JAN. 84, 1880. Oar Btrevte MdWeterworke. IT is to be toped that the Minister , ^^1^^)# >Pe^ily. 8>vo effect to Jut promise (o consider the question of stm?-%tid6tfttW>!r iti: Wanrick, and also ! 1*## ^.sfaterworks. At an immense outlay of expenditure a reser Toir has been -made on the Parsonage Hill, whioh is pronounced leaky, and tlitI1 'most 'be "' toade -Watertight and '«oti^l^%tfbre oar Municipal repre sentatives wiUtoe justified in accepting | '' it'. iHitylfermore, the arrangements with respaet to mains, as originally in tended, most be oarried oat, or further* extension, qquivalentin measurement taken to ritier and moiepromising parts { »t> tb» tojrn,,; £Tp one would desire that these extensions should i>e given e|,°'^iiiicfr"tb,'liwliete there is alight chance of an appreciable revenue in the future. The payment of interest for the cost of these works most be provided by the rateps*»i, tend ffie /proposed ...

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