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  2. Warwick Municipal Council.

    A sPECIAL meeting of the Council was held in the Town Hall on Wednesday afternoon, at which there were present. His Worship the Mayor, and Aldermen W. Morgan, Gibson, ...

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    DEAR SIR,—In your report in to-day's issue, re proceedings at the general meeting of the Municipal Council held on Friday last, in reference to Mr. J. G. Wilson's complaint ...

    Article : 273 words
  4. Local and General News.

    CROWN LANDS SALE.—Lot 10, in the sale of Crown Lands to be held on tho 29th that., is withdrawn from sale. CRICKET.—The match between the Alberts ...

    Article : 1,112 words
  5. Market Reports.

    WARWICK.—There is little doing in the local produce market, and the trade do not anticipate any improvement for some time, Present values are as follows: ...

    Article : 64 words
  6. Reply to Messrs. W and C. Hayes.

    SIR,—In your paper of the l0th inst. was published a letter signal "W. & C. Hayes," in which the writer tries hurd to justify the extraordinary action of his firm in lowering ...

    Article : 1,325 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 154 words
  8. The Municipal Council v. the Magisterial Bench.

    SIR,—I have noticed with much regret, in both of the Joeal papers; and I have heard, with greater regret, from reliable sources, that, at the last meeting of the Municipal ...

    Article : 652 words
  9. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 32 words
  10. The Warwick Argus.

    ANONYMOUS letters of an angry tone have recently appeares in the Courier and Toowoomba C[?] on the Subject of the proposed alteration in the running [?] trains on the Southern ...

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    General Wolseley telegraphs that a body of the Mahdi's troops, who were escorting guns and supplies from Khartoum to the rebels at Metemne[?], ...

    Article : 68 words

    MR. DALL[?] telegraphed this morning to the Imperial Government [?]mating when the New South Wales [?]-would [?]bark, and that this Government proposed to send ...

    Article : 1,774 words
  13. British Troops Retiring.

    The British force on Saturday abandoned the position which had been taken up at Gubat, on the Nile, and retired to Abul[?], without being molested by the ...

    Article : 54 words
  14. The Mahd[?]'s Movements.

    The Mahdi, with 50,000 men under his command, is reported to be marching on Me[?]emnch from Khartoum. ...

    Article : 26 words
  15. Brisbane.

    Thursday next has been gazettted a public holiday in Sta[?]thorpe, being show day. A large number of promotions in the ...

    Article : 436 words
  16. Where are They?

    SIR,—What with the misfortunes in the Soudan, and the discontent in Iceland and the North of Scotland, Bismarck's hostility to the Gladstone Ministry, and the peculiar ...

    Article : 310 words
  17. A Suggestion.

    DEAR SIR,—Could we not send the Hibernian band to tho Soudan? I feel sure they would quickly end the inglorious war now being waged in that region. Why, the artist ...

    Article : 83 words
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