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Kargoolnah Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 14 April 1880
Kargoolnah Divisional Board. THE first mooting of the local Divisional Board was held at Northampton Downs sta tion on Thursday last. There wb not a full muster of tlie members as Messrs. Ashbourne and Davidson are away from the district, and pressure of business at Barasldine pre vcuted Mr. Johnstoue from attending. There were present-Messrs. Allen, Clewett, Hig ginson, Harris, Hamilton, and Campbell. Upon Messrs. Allen and Higginsoti declining the office of Chairman Mr. Clewett was elected. Mr. Banking was present and at the request of the Board took minutes of the proceedings. CORRESPONDENCE. A letter was received from the Colonial Secretary referring to duties of officers of the Board. A.MOINTHEKT OF CLERK. Mr, Allen moved " That a temporary clerk be appointed (at a salary to be decided upon hereafter) to act until such time as the valua tions be completed." Be thought it was unnecessary to make any permanent appoint ment at present. aB there would be very little clerical work t...
LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. LONDON, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 14 April 1880
LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ENGLISH AND FOBEIGN. FBOM ODB SPECIAL OOBHESPONDENTB. LONDON, April G. Parndl, the agitator, luis been clcctcd for the city of Cork. LOKDON, April 10. The Queensland £2,000,000 loan is a groat succcss. Tenders Lave been received for tbrce times tbc amount aBked for. Tbc announcement baa boon made of tbc formation of Whitehead's Meat Pre serving Company with a capital of £150,000. I Tbe propoBcd visit of a flying squadron to Australia has been abandoned for this year. Tbe Turkish Government arc greatly alarmed at the result of the English elections. LONDOK, April 11. The Queensland loan floated yester terday averaged 90$ per cent. Latest election returns show that the Liberals bare gained 108 seats. Tbc Times in a leading article states that there is a probability of Lord Derby being appointed Secretary of State for the colonics,
MELBOURNE. MONDAY, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 14 April 1880
MELBOURNE. MONDAY, April 12. I Messrs. Howard Smith & Sons have determined to run a through line of steamers from Brisbane to Adelaide once a week without transhipment. The steamers will call at Sydney and Mel bourne. The service is to commcncc this month. The following telegrams appeared in our western edition of 6aturday afternoon Inst: LONDON, April 5. The election returns to date show that the Liberals have gained 58 seats from the Conservatives. It is probable that the Liberals will have a majority exclusive of the Home Rulers. Mr. Gladstone has been returned for the electorate of Midlothian. ST. PEiBBsnDiic, April C. With reference to a report that Clu'n cse troops had crossed the boundaiy with hostile intentions towards Russia an official statement has been published denying the correctness of the report. April 7. Notwithstanding the denial by the Russian Government of the news of an aggressive movement by the Chinese on the river Amoor, tlicy have issued orders for t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 14 April 1880
IMP0UNDING8. IMPOUNDED at Tiuubo, from Lirtowel Down*, March lltb, l>y ordciof A. 0oJy, Esq. Driving-, 18s. 4rf. per head. 167. Vay Marc, 1NU (registered brand) near shoulder. liSH. ttlnck Marc, ATS7 (registered brand) near shoulder* hole near car. Itith Black Mure, D over P° over L near whouldcr, L neer ril>s I> near romp, blotch oil off kHouMojv Bay Colt Foal at foot. 170, Drown Gelding, 1)B near shoulder, like M2 orer H near liaiglv, 8KB (registered brand) off shoulder. I7t. Bay Gelding, star, CGP (registered brand) near shoulder, off hind foot while, little while on near liiud foot. 172* Crown Mure, filar, SS new shoulder, VY7 (regiptercd brood) near thigh. If not released on or before the l(Hh April, 1880, will be bold to defray expense*. E. D. HAH1UKS, Poundkocper. IMPOUNDED ntTombo from Enniskillcn, March 20lh, by order of J. T. Allen, Esq. Driving, Gs, per head. 173. Bay Worse, Mar, off hind foot while, \V]K over (registered brand) near shoulder. 174. Chestnut Geldi...
SYDNEY. MONDAY, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 14 April 1880
SYDNEY. MONDAY, April 12. I The following entries Lave been received for ilic Brisbane Handicaps: City-Freemason ; Morefcon-Freema son, Martindalc. Shorts-Freemason. Cup-Freemason, and Martindalc. The races held by the Amateur Turf Club came off on Saturday last with the following results: HUBBLE HACF. Mr. R. Howie's cli m Zephyr ... 1 " T. S. Gibbon's 1> g Esmonde... 2 " R. Teny's b h Lorfof the Forest 8 THE SHOUTS. Mr. F. M'Malion's bh h Middlesex 1 " C. Fleming's b h Cremome ... 2 " S. Walter's b h Croydon ... 8 BELLING PLATE. Mr, 51. Fennelly'e br c Fragment... 1 " W. 6. Hill's ch g Kingfisher... 2 " J. Abraham's b g Trickett ... 3 AMATEUM' CUP. Mr. W. A. Long's b li First Lord 1 " J. Cook's b c Oakliilt 2 " A. Loder'6 blk h Blackthorn ... 8 TWO-TKAH-OLD STAKES. Mr. F. Wcntwoith'e b f Olivia ... 1 Hon. J. White's b f Sapphire ... 2 Mr. C. T. Roberts' b c Ores nick ... 3 STEEPLECHASE. Mr. H. Haine's br g Planet ... 1 " B. Howie's b g Docket ... 2 " " brg Cruiser ... 8 OPEN HAS...
Blackall Police Court. SATURDAY, APRIL 10. (Before R. A. Ranking, Esq., P.M.) POLICE V. AHNFELDT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 14 April 1880
Blackall Police Court. Saturday, April 10. (Before R. A. Ranking, Esq., P.M.) POLCE V. AHNFELDT. Defendant was charged with supplying liquor to an aborigiual. Fined £5. MONDAT, ArniL 12. (Before HA. Honking. Esq., P.M., and C. I. Mornn, Ksq., J.l'.) LA nCENV. T. A. Yarmanu was ehnrged with stealing a gold ring, the property of John Sloe. William Martin, constable, deposed: On the evening of the lltli instant I was at Almfcldt's publioliouse; I saw the prisoner llierc; n mail named John Moc xvns also there; lie chatted the prisoner with stealing from liim a gold ring; I arresttd prisoner upon the charge ; I searched him, and found in Ills left trousers pocket a ring which I now produce; before I searched prisoner he said he had not the ring; John Moc identi fied the ling which had been stolen from him ; I tlicu eonveyed prisoner to the luck up ; prisoner had lieen drinking at the time I arrested him, but was sober then; Moc also had been drinking, but was sober enough to know what he...
SPRINGSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 April 1880
SPUING SUMS. Police Mnjnrtrntc-G. M'J>onn)&lt;l. Pout nrid Telegraph Muster-Frank Cusgrovo. Assistant: Cimrles Muorc. Inspector of Stock-Thnnms Mirirllcton. Pre«l>ytcrian Mm^tcc-W. J. ]). Mciklojolin, Tcnclierx State School-Francis L, Walker. Buhiui DjCqcod, Elln Honrc. Police-Sergeant in clinrpe : Paul Love. Jlotcli-Commercing Join* Stone; Shctirrr'n Armn, ll&rry Ah Hing ; SpringMirc, Willie Ali yttxh ; Cnrriei'8 AmiN, Jimmy Ah Poo. Storekeeper*-H iulou Brothel*, M *C. Thomp son, L, Moyt'j-s, JJutchci*-George J4illikcn, D. C, O'Jlvmi, p. Phelps. '
ARAMAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 April 1880
ARAMAC. I Police Magistrate-T. P. Sword, Post &lt;uit! 2'clcgToj)l! Hurler.-W. H. Morison. Line Bepaiier-C. B. Blnke. Divisional Board : W, Looker, J. T, Tilbury, 6. W\ Conner. fitnte School Teacher Police Quesnrinnd Rational Bank-Manager, W. Fulton; Accountant, J. Mollis, Medical Practitioner-Dr. Spnrk. Arnmac Jockey Club-W. J, Gardiner, lion. Secretary. Auctioneers-J?. W. Kingston, 6. SUatwooiI. Btorekeqiers-Thompson k Cosliioa j Tilbury & Co.; Schneider & O'Brien ; 3, Fnrrcll. Hotels-lioyal-0. Porter; Aramac, V, J Kingston. Chemist-W. B. StecJ. Blacksmith.-G. Porter, Bootroaket-D. O'Brien, Saddler-C. Moeser. Butcherc-Burgoyne k Vine?, Painter-H. Burlcy. Fewspniier Proprietor-W. J, Ilodda, Stock anil Station Agents-Tilbury k Co., S, Shorwood. WnVebjnakcrr-A. Rcicbcnbaeh,
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKALL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 April 1880
STOCK AND STATION EE PORT. BLACKAM,. Wednesday, He woather has been rainy tins week and has interfered slightly with travelling stock. The sale of Highlands station has been ef fected by Mr. H. O. B. Wilson, who has sold to Mr. Power for £2500. The country con sists of about 250 miles of fairly grossed downs and ridges, with 300 Scad of cattle and six horses. A mob of sheep for Well shot Station passed Cobar on the 23rd March, and on the same date 9928 maiden ewes passed Bourke en route for Bell & Dutton's Bimerah station. The sheep (6300) sent from Lome and Tambo were on the Bogon at the end of last month on the toad to Melbourne. Jcndah.-Our correspondent informs us that mobs of fats for the South ore now on the wing. 600 bullocks from Mount Cornish passed Jundah on the 8th instant, bound for Melbourne. They are a pretty even lot, and bid fair to average a respectable price, as they hare the advantage of the cool season, and will rcach Melbourne about the best time of the ...
The Western Champion. Vita sine literis mors est. BLACKALL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 April 1880
ilk tfctqu (pamjjion. Vita tine ?iteris wort eat. BLACKALL, WEDNESDAY, APHIL 21. IF any credence may be attached to tho political rumors which arc circulating in Brisbane, and from thence arc wafted into the comparative obscurity of the Barcoo, it would seem that the Liberal party arc organising a policy in view of the approaching recommencement of hostilities. When Parliament again meets there will no doubt be the usual cxchangc of charges and counter-charges, recrimination and abuse, between the conflicting parties, followed by a desper ate attempt on the part of Mr. GRIFFITH and his following to unseat the Ministry. Whether this will be done by attacking the Government for their mismanage ment during the recess, or whether some greater and worthier political question will furnish the bone of contention, is as yet a matter of uncertainty; but it )6 probable that if the former fails to cffect the object at which the Opposition necessarily aims, the leaders of that party will make "...
TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 April 1880
Polioe Magistrate: F. II. Hyde. Fast Office.-Post nod Telegraph Muster: - . . Assistant; J. Batter, Line Re pairer : J. G. Wilkie, Divisional Board : X. Hamilton, J. T. Allen, 15. V. Harries. Primary BcliooL-Tcachcre: J, O'Bymc and Hiss O'Bymc. Pouadkccpcr: E. V. Harries. Queensland National Bank.-Mtuinper: -. £mart. Accountant: A, J. A. Woody. Hospital.-Surgeon: Dr. Browne. Secretary: A, J, A. Moody. Great Western Down? Jockey Club.-Hon. (Secretary: E. D. Hurries. Storekeepers- M. H. liilton & Soils, II. T. Walsh. Hotels-Koyal Carrangnrm, P, IMiillips j Commercial, H. T. WaUli; Telegraph, D. Hulliem ; Live and Let Live, D. C. Milne ; Tamfao, Goon Ytk. Auctioneer and Commission Agent-E. I). Harriet. Butchers-Brcdhauer & Co., Wright & Jones. Saddler-J. MndUuui. Tailor-Magnus riandgren, WntdanakeE-S. Bmiyp. Cabinetmaker-E. Provis. Blacksmiths-J. Moiritray, G. Bredliaucr. Hairdresser.-F, iloiriBon, Bakers--Ah Loy, Jimmy It. Look.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 April 1880
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. OnrruAny.-Mr. Slacfarlnne, Member tor Liu: Lcichbnrdt electorate, died at IUickliarop ton on the 11th instant, lie bad been buffer ing from a painful illness for some time previous to bis decease. KANAKAS.-In the return of Polynesia# laborers sent inland, we find tlint Mr. I'alraer of Beaufort obtained 12, nud Mr. Stevenson of Barcnsbuurue, 85. These are tiic only lets which have been scut to sta tions in the interior, A PILOT DROWNED AT MACEAY,-On Monday the 12th April, (he pilot boat at Mackay while reluming from live steamer Egmoiit, n capsized at the bar. Mr. Langford, the pilot, was drowned. The three men who were wiUi liim succeeded in clinging to the boat aud eventually drifted ashore. OUT IN THE COLD.-Perhaps the good people of Isisford arc not aware of the fact that tiicir township forms a portion of the Aramnc division, and that the rates they pay will be expended by a Board composed of men whose interests ore certainly not iden tical with those who...