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COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. OCE SPECIAL COURESPONDENTS. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Saturday. The Government have refused to grant a license for holding entertainments in the Centennial Hall, until better provision is made for public ingress and egress. The Collector of Customs seized fifty half chests of tea ex Tsinati consigned to Chinese firms under the " Food and Drugs Act," on the ground of inferior quality. Hie Customs also seized two boxes aboard the brig Paid about to leave for the south sea6, on a recruit ing voyage, 'with a number of returning islanders. The boxes contained firearms and ammunition and spirits hidden under a false bottom, in contravention of the regulations. A Chilian native named W. H. Moneedo, has been committed for trial at Thursday Islant} for the murder of an aboriginal aboard tie Skitty Belle schooner, three days ago. The contractors for the erection of pump ing machinery at the Mount Crosby water works, which have been pronounced defec tive, have arranged ...
LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PER REUTER'S AGENCY.] LONDON, Friday. ACCIDENT TO LORD SALISBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PEE REOTER'S AGENCY.] LONDON, Friday. ACCIDENT TO LOBD SAUSBOR*. A serious accident occurred to Lord Salis bury yesterday. He was driving along James' Street (not far from Whitehall) when the horses attached to the brougham took fright, and became quite unmanageable. They then bolted at a great pace down the Btreet. After proceeding for some distance lie carriage overturned, and was completely smashed. The Prime Minister received a very severe shaking, but was able to walk to the Foreign Office, where medical aid was promptly summoned. THE Queensland Soqab TEADE. In the House of Commons last night, dur ing the debate on the Queensland Kanaka Question, Mr. Samuel Smith quoted from documents to prove that atrocities hod been j committed in connection with the recruiting I of kanakas during the past years. Baron de Worms said the feeling in the colonies was entirely humane. Several other speakers addressed the House. The debate was eventu ally adjourned....
He will never be without it while there's a shot in the Locker. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
He will never be without it while there's a shot in the Locker. ME. A. REKDEIX, Miner, Top Bingara, IT. S. W.j writes as follows: Dear Sir,-It is with the greatest pleasure that I bear testimony to the wonderful effects of Clements Tonic. I have been a great sufferer from Liver Complaint for the past 18 months, scarcely able to work, the least ex ertion causing great fatigue. I did not know what to do with myself, I felt so miserable; I had no appetite, a child could have eaten more than I did. One day ix friend gore me one of Clements Medical Guides, and there I read how Members of Parliament and other influential people had been thoroughly oured by Clements Tonic, and I reasoned " If dem ents Tonic cured them it will cure me." I made up my mind to give Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Fills a fair and honest trial. I knew it was a last resource, and remember I am only giving you a true and faithful statement of my case, such as an honest man sLould give. My eyesight got so bad that o...
Grazing Farms on the Thompson. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
Grazing Farms on the Thompson. THE following interesting information is from the pen of our correspondent "Veritas": I lately paid a visit to some of the grazing farms on the Thompson, and as I think the majority of your readers have but a very hazy notion of the very large amount of money expended on some of these properties, both in labor and improvements, a short sketch of what I have seen may prove of interest. For the sake of illustration I will take almost at random two of them-" Yaubtura" and " Goodberry Hills." "Yanburra" is the native name for what the whites call Cas sidy's Broadwater, a magnificent sheet of water on the property, and which was never known to be dry. It consists of 40,000 acres of splendidly grassed country, is situated on the western side of the Thompson, about 45 miles from Muttaburra, 30 from Longreach, and eight from Camoola, and is the property of Messrs. Marsland & Chadwick. The im provements, which are now all finished with the exception of ...
The Premier on the kanaka Trade. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. BRISBANE, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
The Premier on the jtaptKa Trade. TELBOBAPH. ?-RAOM OUE OWN OOEEESPONDENT. BBIBBAKB. Monday Evening. Sir S. W. Griffith was interviewed to-night by a representative of the Provincial Press Agency with a view to ascertain his impres sions on the recent debate in the English House of Commons on the Queensland black labor question. Sir S. W. Griffith, referring to the statemont reported to have been made by Mr. Samuel Smith, the member for Flint shire, that 10,000 aborigines in Queensland had been massacred, and that a man twenty years ago received a permit from the Govern- i ment for killing blacks, said such statements ?were wild and extravagant rhapsodies, of | which he declined to take any notice. It was a very great pity that people at home who talked about Australia did not take the trouble to come and look at it, or to make themselves really acquainted with the affairs of Australia. However, he noticed that all criticism on the kanaka trade appeared to have been made concerning ...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Monday. A very heavy thunderstorm passed over the city at 8 o'clock last night. One of the electric light wires at the comer of Russell and Lonsdale-Btreeta broke, and the end fell into n gutter. A runner warned the crowd not to touch it, and he started off to the works to cut off the circuit. Shortly after wards a man named Charles Henry Andrews appeared on the scene and commenced rolling the wire up until he touched a portion where the enclosing material had been burnt away. He received a powerful shock and was unable to let go the wire. He called to the people to pull him away. A friend named Hubert Wells, with the intention of assisting his companion, seized Andrews by the wrist with both hands. His action completing the cir cuit he was immediately struck dead, lite nlo were then afraid to touch the wire, but news was released by a person severing the wire with an axe. The force of the cur rent was 2000 volts. Notice has been received at the Custom House tha...
PARTESIAN WATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
PARTESIAN WATER NEWS. informed that since the new casing ^^Keen fixed at Mr. Richardson's artesian the water has risen to a height of 20 Hches above the surface. The plant is now Being removed to Mr. Shakspeare's Astockton 'grazing farm, and when boring there is com pleted, Mr. Mackenzie will probably be ready to bore for the Irrigation Company, which it is to be hoped will be formed and in working order bv that time. So satisfied is Mr. Mackenzie of the profit to be made by irrigating for agriculture on the black soil downs, that he has offered to do all the boring required, &lt;md accept payment in the stock of the com pany. The Minister for Lands has iii6trury.cT the District Surveyor to send 6ai)ipVe ol all artesian water in the district,tc,' Brisbane for inspection and analysis. ,Xiie first meeting of persons interested in t\x& application of artesian water to irrigate tl\g' land near Rorcaldine for agricultural .^tfrposes will be lield in Shak speare's hij'tel ...
ARAMAC HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
ARAMAC HOSPITAL. A MEETING ot tile Committee of the Aramac Hospital was held at Aramac on Saturday, the Mth May. Present-Messrs. S. F. Fraser (President) chair, J. Johnston, R. G. Miller, J. Mills, L. E. Tuckerman, Surgeon and Secre tary. The Surgeon's report was read and re ceived, showing that 46 patients had been treated during the month of April. The Sec retary announced that the Government endow ment amounting to £5215s. for quarter end ing 31st March had come to hand. The Sec retary informed the meeting that the Hospital was badly in need of blankets, and on the motion of Mr. J. Johnston, seconded by Mr. J. Grant, it was resolved that 30 pairs be pur chased. The Secretary was empowered to purchase ten pairs blankets locally, and if price and quality proved satisfactory, to pur chase the lot, if not, the balance to be pur chased from the Ipswich Woollen Company. The Secretary was also authorised to purchase two Balmoral stoves, together with the neces sary stove piping; stoves ...
Longreach Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
Iiongreach Small Debts Court, Jv our report of proceedings at Longreach last week the name of A. Mather was mis printed A. Mathews, and in the second case in which Mather was plaintiff it was reported lie obtained a verdict with costs against C. Morris. Upon inquiry at the office of the Clerk of Petty Sessions, we find the following record: C. Morris v. A. Mather; board and lodging, and goods sold and delivered; £8 19s. Paid into Court, £3 6s. 2d. Verdict for plaintiff 12s. lOd., with costs of Court and professional costs, £1 Is. A. Matlier v. C. Morris; goods sold and de livered and work and labor done ; £8 7s. 4d. Verdict for defendant, v.-itli professional costs against plaintiff, £1 Is.
DEATH OF AN AGED CLERGYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
DEATH OF AJi AGED CLERGYMAN. Thb news was received at Barcaldme on Wednesday last that the Rev. Mr. Hartley died rather suddenly at Rockliampton on that day. He preached on the previous Sundav, and was tlien apparently in good health. lie was 76 years of age. In 1860 lie cane to Sydney and in 1864 to Rockliampton, where lie has since resided. The Bulletin saysAlto gether he visited about thirty places where the Gospel had not been preached before. Usually he left Rockliampton once a month on the Friday, holding a service at Ridgelands that evening; proceeded to Rosewood next day, and spent the Sunday there: preached at Morinisli on the Monday; and sometimes had a service at Windermere, or the Nine-mile Waterhole. going or returning. He visited the other diggings as often as he could, sometimes preaching at Rockliampton in the morning and evening, and at the Hector Reef in the after noon, and Stanwell in the evening. His sleep ing accommodation was varied. On boards under a dray, on ...
MECHANICS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
MECHANICS HALL. ABOUT thirty couples attendhfl the ball given in the Longrcach Town Hall on Thursday evening. The weather being suitable, the affair came off most enjoyaBly, and the iliftchamcs of Longrcach arc to be congratu lated or; £he result of their first endeavor to provide an Wfning's entertainment for them selves and friends. The music provided by Mr. G. Summister (piano), and Mr. U. Young (clarionettc), gave great satisfaction to the company. The dresses wort*, by the ladies were of a very choice descriptier*. and the catering bv Mr. Gorrie was really good. Mr. J. Kennedy acted as M. C., and a pleasant evening was brought to a close when a pro gramme of 24 dances had been gone through.
BIRTHD[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
BIRTHDl THESE was a large gat* mated Societies' Ball, hi the 24th. Fancy dresses not the exception. Very the ladies, wno appeared in till The bright regalia of the mas8 helped also to make the scene raosB The whole evening's amusement success, except for a slight fiasco Caledonians, some of tlie guests, taking part in the dance, moving oil: supper table. When will the conducted these festivals have the sense to do away' the heavy formality of a " sit down supper^_ and open the refreshment room, as thry dothe^ bar, all the evening9
OUR LAST ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
OUR LAST ISSUE. iHE rush lor unanimous last Tuesday was extraordinary, especially at Longreach, where Mr. L. llacclii, newsagent, had during the day painted a large placard eight feet by six feet bearing the words, " Execution of Deeming; extraordinary revelations. See to-night's Champion.." The agents (and there are four taking an aggregat e of over one hundred copies weekly between them) sold out in live minutes, while a number of purchasers disposed of their copies to advantage. Mr. Dacchi, in writing us lamenting his inability to meet the pheno menal demand, said he counted 81 persons who sought to purchase a copy of the Champion. All this ]M>iuts a moral:-"The Champion a vearfor a note." Subscribe, and a copy can be ensured regularly. Our machinist has"been going into figures, and he says the last issue weighed 357 lbs. 8J07.S.
NEW INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
NEW INDUSTRY. As a sign of the progress Longreach is mak ing, we are pleased to notice that Mr. Robert Butfliani lias commenced business as a Boap and candle manufacturer. Mr. liuffliam is an old resident on tlie Central Jines, and the article lie is Jnow producing is equal, if not superior, to that obtained from the southern markets. JJy his advertisement it will be seen lie is in a position to deal (wholesale only) in any quantity with merchants and Bquatters, also that he* is in a position to make arrange ments with squatters for large or small lots of station fat, which is largely used in the pro duction of his commodities. The proprietor is now making large additions to his plant and premises which, when effected, will be one of the largest of its kind in Queensland.
LONGREACH PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
LON'GKEACH PROPTKESS ASSOCIATION. THE Committor met on Friday last. Pre sent, Messrs. Sharwond (chair), Samuels, Forbes, English, Cliffe, Hees. Pirani and Peter son (Honorary Secretary). Tlie unsatisfactory manner in which the business of the Post and Telegraph department is conducted at Long reach formed the principal topic of discussion, and it was resolved that Messrs. Shanvood, Rees and Petereon be appointed a sub-com mittee to draft a reply to the letter from the Postmaster-General with reference to the con duet generally of the business of the Post and Telegraph office at Longreach. Messrs. Sam uels, Cory and Cliffe were also appointed a sub-committee to make arrangements for the employment of a telegraphic messenger with power to collect subsidy towards paying his wages, and also to engage a suitable lad for the work. The Secretary waB instructed to wire the Minister for Lands urging an early consideration of the petition applying for an increase of reserve. The Secretary was...
THE THURSDAY ISLAND MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
THE THURSDAY ISLAM! MURDER. OUR telegrams refer to too capture of the murderer of a South Australian native at Thurs day Island. The particulars are given in a telegram from Sub-Inspector Savage to the Commissioner of Police, as follows:-The tragedy niust have taken place 011 hoard the schooner Sket.t.y Belle, but. it was not witnessed by anvone. All that is known at, present, is tl'iat the murdered man was a South Australian native. Suspicion fell upon the cook, who has since been arrested. On the bunk being searched, a horrible discovery was made, the details of which it is impossible to obtain particulars. It may be stated, however, that a portion of the missing man's body was found, the tragedv resembling in some "respects the notorious VVhitcchapel mvsteries. A further search also brought to liglit the blood-stained clothes belonging to the accused man.
FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT BY BURNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 31 May 1892
FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT BY BURNING. THE Thargomindah Herald reports a sad accident on Durham Downs, which unfortu nately terminated in the death of both the victims-Mrs. J. Grace and her sister (Miss O'Connor). Particulars to hand are very scanty, but from what we can gather it appears that on the 3rd inst., whilst she was engaged in cooking, Miss O'Connor's dress caught fire, and in an endeavor to extinguish the flames Mrs. Grace's clothes also became ignited. The only assistance at hand was that, of a black gin, who eventually succeeded in extinguishing the fire by means of water, but not before both women had been very severely burnt, and they lay for several hours before any further aid arrived. In spite of the tenderest care they never rallied and died on Saturday last. Mrs. Grace leaves two young children. The greatest sympathy is felt for their sister (Mrs. T. A. Emery) and Mr. Grace in their bereave ment.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 7 June 1892
I'nhlli JL. PRICE begs to residents . of l/mgreacb an^^Hbnnding diB friolS- .that -be bos First-class Tailoring'EttabYishment^^V All orders entrusted to bis care will re ceive prompt and. careful attention. A large and splendid stock to choose from at Bockhampton Prices. Station orders a speciality. Note the Address er. L. PRICE, Tailor and Habit Maker, Eagle-Street, cq LONGREACH, Q.C.R. HALFERTY & O'ROURKE, Carcass and Family Butchers, EAGLE-ST., LONGREACH. THIS Fins, with its long experience in the Butchering trade, and possessing the best grassed and beBt J watered Grazing Farm in the vicinity of Longreach, are able (qstvaaaftaj} to supply the beBt of Beef and Mutton to their customers. Corned Beef properly prepared for Carriers, Drovers, and Travellers generally, who may rely upon obtaining the Primest Meat at this establishment. 7 J. R. ROSS' BILLIARD ROOM, BARCALDINE, Is supplied with one of Alcock's Best Tables. ALL Western Males in want of a good quiet game nre advis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 7 June 1892
Oscar Baneke, Exam. Ph., C.F.D.A., from Royal College, Copenhagen. KoM VOUmi. SHAKESPEARE HOTEL, B&flCfttDWE. Cobb & Co.'s Coaching House. G. P. SHAKSPEARE SPENDERS liis thanks to his patrons ~ for their support in the past, and takes this opportunity of announcing that he has MADE EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS and improvements to bis Hotel, in order to afford increased comfort to travellers. The Cuisine and Bedrooms Being personally attended to by Mrs. Shaks peare is a sufficient guarantee that nothing will be found fronting. The Bar Contains nothing but the very best brands of Wines, Spirits, Beers, &cM which are dispensed by the proprietor in person. .Ice always on hand.. Loose Boxes and Stables Large and well ventilated, and second to none in Central Queensland. PADDOCKS WELL GRASSED akd SECPBE. -^owMEBcitL Hotel, BABCALDINeT"" PMcBRIDE, BEGS to inform bis Western friends and the travelling public generally that in order to meet the requirements of his increas ing ...
Rescued from Misery. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 7 June 1892
Rescued from, Misery. JOHN E. AXTBEEV, Esq., Sofala, N.S.W., kindly furnishes the following testimony: " In January, I was master of a provincial school in the western district, and I married a delicate young lady, and was shortly after wards appointed teacher under the Board of Education. Our first child was born in Sep tember, 1880, after which my wife never seemed to regain her usual strength. In May, 1881, she was suddenly taken very ill; the family doctor was sent for and was greatly puzzled; he, however, prescribed and the patient partly recovered. About 12 months later slio was very much troubled with a painful throbbing movement in the abdomen, especially when lying down, loss of appetite, and what food was taken afforded no nourishment. Another doctor was called in, who sounded and prescribed, but to no purpose. We left the neighborhood and went to Lithgow Valley, hoping to effect an improvement, but without result. Another doctor did all he could and decided that the ease ...