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The Sticking-up of the Gunnamulla Bank. (From Saturday's Courier.) CUNNAMULLA, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 January 1880
The Stlcldng-up of the Ounnamulla Bank. (From Saturday's fouricv.) CDNNAMULLA, .Tumiury I&lt;"». As tho hcwb fproud like uilOfno that the hank hnd been stuck up. this lit lie community was electrified hy a genuine thrill of ox&lt; ite* uient. At first tho report wub received wiili momentary incredulity, which, however, wj.s Bpoedily dispelled by the stern reality of the1 case. The facts wcio as follow:-This morn ing at 10 o'clock, a man, aftertvinds idouti- : lied ae Joseph Wells, aruicd with a «ix chombered revolver fully loaded, rode up t o Ihc bank, and, banging his hors* on the fence, walked ill, and, covering the manner, dp inanded his money or his life. Mr LJorry replied that he would not give up tho money, whereupon the ninii vuullod over the counter and repeated the demand, hat only elicited nn equally unsaticfaLtory answer. 'J he thhd time of Asking, backed mp by the determined attitude and the closer proximity of the polished steel barrel, proved too much f...
A Protective Tariff on Flour. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 January 1880
A Protective Tariff oa Flour. WE perceive that the ?farmers anil others interested in the growth of wheat on the Downs will take advan tage of the presence of the Governor in Warwick by presenting tv memorial to his Excellency, seeking the removal of certain inequalities connected with the importation of wheat and fluur. A duty is placed on tlio former, whilst tho latter is positively admitted free, and,the farmers aeol; a more equitable adjustment, not only iu behalf of thcui gdyes, but llje whoip population, who, as consumers, arc equally interested in the quijBticm. Whether the petitioners aro prudent in seeking a protective duty on flour its a matter fairly open to discussion. Wo suspect Unit consu mers generally would roceivc llic pro position with disfavor, because it would iir mediately advance the price of bread, although a sovereign per ton on flour would not make a very appreciable ad vance to small consumers. Bu' squat ters and large employers of labor who cater on a wide...
Sydney. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 January 1880
Sydney. (vbom onfi OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 26. The Australians finished their first innings to-day for 209. The batting was good but the fielding indifferent. Wales' scored IB. Nino wickets down for 125. Macsio 35, Garret and Webster 21. A. Bannerman 15. Stumps drawn. Tag Sbow.-Intending exhibitors at the E. D- H. and A. Society's sbow to-morrow, are reminded that all exhibits must be on tho ground at 10 o'clock. Tar Ditibional BOARDS BILL.-We beg to direct attention to an advertisement in another column trom which it appears that a public meeting will be held at the Town Hall Allora, on Saturday afternoon next fur the purpose of discussing the nomination of members to Divisional Board.. A PORTION of the Press in tha North is un doubtedly becoming AuiQiicaniBod. This is what is to be found in the correspondence in a recent issue of tho paper in a mining district in the North. The writer is speaking of the apposition journal:-" To accomplish this tho servicoB of that far-famod in...
TO THE EDITOB OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 January 1880
TO TOT EDITOB OF THE WAHW1CK ACGU6. Sis,-If I mistake not Mr. F. Hudson in bis remarks at tho Town lloll on Saturday expressed his intention if returned to the Council, to advocate tho appointment of a more efficient man tlian the present Inspector of Nuisances for Warwick. Will Mr. Hudson point out in what way tho present Inspector falls short in his duty t Has he not at till times to follow the direction of bis empioyis the Aldermen, and does he not carry out thoir direction to the letter. I would Ijeg leave to remind Mr. Hudson that his com plaint is being put on the wrong shoulders. If he has anything to comphiin about, let him go to the Improvement Committee who arc directly responsible, and not make a bcapo goat of an honest conscientious old servant. Yours, truly, ANTI HUMBUG. "Warwick, January 28, 1880. FACTA FROM THE Dablino DOWNS.-We are a little amused at the statement* which have appeared in the Western TVhim a paper issued daily at Kxeter, by our old friend Tom tiatiifl...
Commercial. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 January 1880
Commercial. Annus 001 co, Monday Evening. SlTOBDiY's Courier says: - Business in the produce market continues quiet. Thftmjbaa boon - nomo improvement iu the prico of boujbJ miiice, ami the advancing rates in Melbourne, coupled with the increas ing scarcity of good maize in Brisbane* seem to indicate that pmsent rates will at least be maintained. Butter is very plentiful. Wholesale dealero furnish tho following quotations:-Maine, 2R. 2d. to 2s. 3d. for good quality, weevilly worth very little; oaten hay, M to £& 10s.; lucernc, £210s. to £3; lucerne chat, £3 to £4 j mixed chaff, £3 10s. to £4; Adelaide bran, 10s. to £8; pollard iG to £1; feed oats, 3s. to 3s. Gd.; barley, 3b. to Ss, Sd.; pumpkins, 25s. to 30s.; potatoes, .£5 to £5 10s. (extremely dull); local butter, 4d. toCd. (farmers' prices); Wollongong butter, 8Id. to 9d.: eggs, 6d. to 7d. ; Sydney and Melbourne bacon, 9d.; colonial roll bacon, ?d. to 8d. j Melbourne hams, J2d. |to J3d. j English hams, lSd.; colonial chee...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 January 1880
HENRY BOYLE, ATTOBNEV, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, Palmerin-BTEEET, WARWICK. 1034 The Building Trade. i WALLACE-& GIBSON Carpenters, BUILDERS, & general KJ CONTRACTORS, Guy-STHEET, WARWICK. ^ [A CARD.] w. gaIsford, Carpenter, Builder, & General Contractor, PMICMTREIT, Warwick. miMBER YARD, tor the Supply of PIKE, J- CEDAR, end HARDWOOD, of all lengthsand&meosions, at lowest rotes. 835 [CAED.] W, G. CONLEY, Carpenter,. Builder, and General Con tractor, Fitirot aso GDY-STRSETS, WARWICK. : . ?? . ? 886 [a. CASH.] P. PALMERO, OaUnetanakeraad Upholsterer, Matresa and Paillasse looker, (Next-door to M'Detmott'e Railway Hotel), [ Gct-btbebt, WAHWICK. N.B.-Joiner's work of all descriptions at tested to promptly, at moderate prioos. 690 THE ROYAL HOTEL, pAuastN-sraEET, VTABWICK. J Ti LBTHBRIDQ-E, PROPRIETOR, jpRIVATE Bitting ROOMS for FAMILIES. A FIRST-CLASS TABLE. BestWineB and Spirits only kept. OOOto SXABttHO. 3. T. LETHBRIDGE, BOYAJJ HOTEL, O^ner of Palm...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEKLY;] WARWICK: TUESDAY, JAN. 27, 1880. The Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 January 1880
fjw Wnmwfc ; [pPBtlejlED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, arPESDAT, JAN. 27, 1880. The Municipal Election. Thb candidates for Municipal honors at the forthcoming election underwent their uaup.1,preliminary criticism at the Tpwn.ltall on.S&turday, and tbo pro WW* marked by an admix ture of m|rth and anger. l(r. QUINN was the first candidate trotted out, and bs/tiii'gJ girdo an aocount bf his past work in connection with the Munici pality, he was subjected to a lively ex amination from Mr. Bitbbell Wxikinb wpojtt inattore jjtffectinE a disturbance of the curbing tii our public streets. Mr. IiBONf&D followed,and then came Mr. Q^iiTflOK, formerly Inspector of Police at Warwick. This gentleman's inter rogations culminated somewhat ab ruptly by a warm interchange of per sonalities, Mr. Quikh refusing to an swer/ pny farther questions. In the course of hiB. speech Mr. Qcinn re ferred to the absence of Mr. ROBERT SON, an outgoing Alderman, and one who was again a candidate for the Co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 January 1880
To Subscribers anrAdvertisers. OUR ACCOUNTS for the Quaxtor otiding 31st December last have now been de livered, and wo mast request an early SETTLEMENT of the same. Overdue accounts must be .settled forth with or they will tie recovered by law. ABTHUB MORGAN. .drjttsOfflcis, January, 1880. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. ipHS " WARWICK AROUB" U now printed * aadpuWuhedinthoMiiBarooinmodloas prontob Inminurin-wtrtet, dlrsotly op pa*lto the lMattdl, where all ordors and communication* *ro regnettod to be mtUflinift) _ . _ " ARTHUR MORGAN. Septembers, 1B79.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 January 1880
Division of Clifton. Place, Warwiolc s Dated, 18 January, I860. I, TBE Pndeiajaned,. hereby notify 9 MOMINAWONS o£ CANDIDATES for election u Member* (or oaob of tbe There Snbdlviiioo* into which the Diviaion of CLIFTON bu been anbdividod, will le received by oe until 4 o'olook In the afternoon of the SECOND, 4\y of FEBRUARY, 1880, being the day Start preceding the day of NumUMtfQn.ud thft lwill be in attendance oftheCpnrt BOOM, at Allorn, on that date forlh«pi»po«a of rtoeiring the Nomination Papain of Candidates for election, the forma iai which can be obtained from me, or at the Government Printing Office, -at Briabase, on ^acbNotniwHonPapermoat be ajgned by tho three peraona, duly qualified to veto in tbe 8ubdlvoion in reapect of whioh the nomination ia made, and erery candidate or hia agent when .delivering hiaNcmination Paper fa required bvlaw to deposit with the *®eturning Officer the euip of Five Pounds. At noon on the day of' NooiniwpD the elector! preaaot at lhe J^ace abomi...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK; SATURDAY, JAN. 31, 1880. Further Increase of Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 31 January 1880
[mOUIXD TWICE A WEEK.] WABWIOg; BATCRDAY, JAN. 31, 1880. Fmrtbtr lactone of Trade. On* Home papers, which caine to handily the Torres Struts mail, afford the best proof of an increasingly rapid return of trade to every part of Great Britain. - Some time ago We 'ventured to'predict'intheBe Columns that the re establishment of trade in America would speedily be followed by a similar happy revival in England, and that as a«irtain consequence the commercial ebuaition ofher colonies would improve with proportionate rapidity. How far the first part of the'prediction has been verified, we leave our readers to judge, taking the liberty presently to quote unquestionable evidence in proof of it. H testimony, were needed to show that vrani^^ ip the old oountry is at this moment jpartiaQy restored, we have only' tooontalt the cheering details to be gathered from British journals now before UB. But in consequence o? the pressure on space this week pur readers must"be content with a laconic recit...
Warwick Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 31 January 1880
Warwick Land Court. Tn nanal monthly Land Court, was held oefore Mr. Commissioner Home, on Tuesday lut when the'following application! were disposed of i-V" CONDITIONALS. WillSiuh Mulline, 1250 acres, Cuming Downs -Aooepted. I Daniel Nqiu, 80 macet, Allors-Accepted I hlM WEn 10 acres, Bogets Greek.- I Aoeepted. 1 Owl Daaecke, 100 acre*, head of Condamine. villa, 100 acres, Emu Vale.- I JtaHona for certificates to ^he bailiffe report ' acres, Farm Creek. 166 awes, Fam Creek.- I thefoUowing wen postponed, James Campbell, &lt;40 aores, Emu Creek. I. Jamea-PampbellfMO acres, Emu Creek. Conditional. iMm Fi*nr»Fojri>-TheCommitte meet this afternoon at 8 tfclocV in the Town Hall. Wa have been re^uestel to draw public at tention to the aale of Mr F. Morgan a house buldfurulhiro, hotee stock, Ac., to be held at the Base Ooorae Cam, on Monday next, Feb ruary*, byMr. J.H. Ihftilop.-[ Advt.] THiDmitoini. Bubm. -Yesterday wa r tat receiving the nominations for tplBoard,in the division...
Warwick Police Court. MONDAY, JANUARY 26. (Before the Police Magistiate, and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 31 January 1880
Warwick Police Court. MONDAY, JANOAEY SC. (Before the Polico Magistiate, and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) DISORDERLY Cosddct.-Jomej McDcuitl. pleaded guilty to this -charge, and m dis charged with a warning. Profanx Lanooaqi.-The same prisoner ni also charged with this offenoe, and, the case having been proved by Constable McNamam, was fined 6s. or twenty-four hours in the lock-up. Dbdnkehntos.-William XcDevitt pleaded guilty to this ofence and was fined in the sum of lw> with the alternative of forty-eight bounin the cells. ViOBlNcr.-John Laffcriy, charged with, having no lawful visible means of support, was sent to one months' imprisonment in Toowoomba gaol. TOTODIT, JiNOART 27. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Win. Thompson, Esq., J.F.) ARNAULT. -Donald Mclnness sued Alice GpUan for assault The defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined in the sum of 10s. and ordered to pay professional costs, and costs of ? court, amounting in all to JB) 16s. 6d. WlDHESDAT, JaNCABY 28. (Before Wm...
Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 31 January 1880
Brisbane. [FROM OUB OWN COBEUSPONDENT.] January SO.' THE " Belle," a schooner from Melbourne, loaded with cedar went ashore on Monday night at Bamsay Bay. All hands were Baved, but the vessel was totally wracked. Mr. M'Liahat BEENLUOH.-On Monday evening Mr. M'Lean, ML, A., met his con stituents at the Good Templars Ball, Been leigh. Now there are many questions on which we differ from Mr. M'Lean, but we cordially endorse the sentiments he expressed on the following questions:-Mr. James Hendenon, Albert Biver, asked how Mr. M'Lean would deal with the £200,000 deficit f Mr. M'LEAN said there were several ways ; he would reduoe salaries from the premier down to the £250 Civil Servant not by a pro rata redaction, bat dealing separately with the officers, for there were civil servants oat west who had enough to do to live on £300 a year. The Government last session were not game to enter upon the reduction of salaries, but were willing for the Opposition to do it A second urgent method w...