Warwick Castle arrived Cape Town 11 September 1880 at 9.11 a.m.
The Natal Mercury of 13 September 1880 reported the list of passengers for Natal:
Disturbances are anticipated in Ireland.
Debates on the Afghan war have proved that the late Government had under-estimated the cost by nine millions.
The news from Afghanistan was more satisfactory.
Damage to the extent of a million dollars has been done by fire in Eureka, Nevada.
A large attendance at the third series of wool sales, but the competition was not very keen, Cape and Natal produce showing half-pence to one-pence per pound decline from closing rates in May and June.
Miss Nilsson, the well-known singer, is dead.
Sir Bartle Frere will continue to draw a considerable pension from India.
The Empress Eugenie is at Osborne with the Queen.
In Queensland the Legislative Assembly, on August 12, negatived a vote of want of confidence in the Government.