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TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 26 May 1880
Police Hagisfeate: F. H. Hyde. Pout Office-Pott and Telegraph Master: - J. Brennan. Assistant: F. Boddington. Iiine Bepaircr: J. O. Willde. DivisionalBoaid : T. Hamilton, J. T. Allen, B. D. Harries. Primary School.-Teachers r J. O'Byme and Hiss O'Hyme. Poundkeejxir: E. D. Harries. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: -. Smart. Aocountant: A. J. A. Moody. Hospital.-Surgeon: Dr. Browne. Secretaiy: A. J. A. Moody. - Great Western Downp Jockey Club.-Hon. Secretaiy: K. D. Harries. Storekeepers- M, H. Bilton & Bom, 11. T. WaShl Hotels-Koyal Camngam, P. Phillips; Commercial, H. T. Walsh ; Telegraph, D. Mulhem; Live and Let Live, D. C. Milne; Tambo, Goon Yek. Auctioneer and Commission Agent-B. D. Harries. Bntoliere-Btedhaner k Co., Wright ft Jones. SadiUer-J. Hadigan. Tailor-Magnus Landgren. Watchmaker-8. Berlyn. Cabinetmaker-E. ProviB. BlactonlthB-J. Morrissey, 0. Bredhaucr. Hairdresser-F. Morrison. BaVeis-All boy, Jimmy K. Look.
ISISFORD—WITTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 26 May 1880
I8ISFOBD-WITTOWN. Police Vagiatate and C.P.8,: H. B. Cough. Officer iti charge of Police: Sen. Constable JohnBon. " Assistant Begistisi Births and Deaths-H. B. Gough. Foetmasterr: J. Whitman. Divisional Board: E. Govett, E. Coiy, D. Old. Patwdkoeper: L. E. Asliby. Westward Ho t Jodtey Club.-Secretary: J. A. Marshall j Treasurer, J. Whitman. Hotels-Westward Bo, J. McDonnell; Ted dington, Wylie $c Dorrian. Storekeepers-WA 3. Whitman, J. A. Mar shall Jc Co. Auctioneer and Commission Agent: L. E. Ashby. Blacksmith and Wheelwright-J. Swan. Butchers-W. It J. Whitman. Saddlers-Boss k. Cowan; Thomas & Bor Udge, Cabinetmaker-A. Alexander.
SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 26 May 1880
SUMMARY OF EVENTS, A bird-BoUer'a home has been crcavatcd from the ruins of Pompeii, vritli the »luj>le btock of birds, Cflgos, bird-seed, tas, George Ooppin bos been free from the &lt; gout (his summer, which he attributes to ? hie recent practice of taking three lemon* a .4y. A French company has been formed, with '« nominal capital of l,920,000f., for working the nickel and cobalt mines of Bel-Air, in New Caledonia. Education in drawing has lately been mode Compulsory in France, and the means for Acquiring it are therefore extended in every direction. One of the official liquidators of the West of England Bank states that the total re vived towards the £600,000, nominal amount of the £10 call, iB a little over £865,000. The value of mineral matter drawn from the soil and exported annually from America in grain is estimated at no less Utan 99,000,000 dollars-equal to about 20 per 'tut Mr. Samuel Smiles has received from the King of Italy a valuable decoration as a mark ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 26 May 1880
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. CROWDED OUT.-We have been obliged to leave for another issue several paragraphs of Bporting news, and on ftrticlo on the chances of the accepters for the Aramac Handicap. Wc may hint, however, that oar contributor picks Vanguard as the probable winner, though he fancies some of the youngsters stand an equally good chance. BLACKALL STREETS.-The road party under Mr. Grant have finished a good culvert in the main road opposite the post office, and in the centre of the town near this office a large spoon drain with lengthy approaches paved with lime stone is nearly complete. The railings over the grave in the centre of the street have been pulled down, and the unsightly obstruction removed. As many of the townspeople, however, are unwilling that the bones of the buried man should be left beueath the roadway, it would perhaps be advisable to obtain permission from the Colonial Secretary to have the remains ex humed and reintcrred in the ccmetciy. KABGOOLNAH DIVISI...
WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 26 May 1880
WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL. Polioc MagistrateB. A. Banking. Magistrate to consent to the marriage of minors-J. C. Higginson. Govt. Medical Offioer.-Dr. C, L Morsn. Land Office.-Commissioner: V, Deegrand. Recording Clerk: h. Bedford. Local Police.-Sub-Inspector: J, Ahem. Native Police.-Inspector: F. Murray. Hub Inspectors : A. Douglas, H. I'. Kaye, E.Eglinton. Inspectors of Brands.-Mitchell: J, Ahem; Otcgorr: A. Douglas. Divisional Board: F. Clewett, W. B. David eon, J. C. Higginson. W. li. Campbell, B. Ashbourne, Geo, Johnstone. Post and Telegraph Office.-Postmaster: C. E. Augrftein, Line Repairer: J. G. Quinn. Primary School Teacher-W. H. L. Campbell, Anglican Church.-Incumbent: Bev. r. D. Kinghiui. Poundkeepor: J. Komlun. Registrar of Marriages: W.H.L Campbell. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: A. Dlcoq. Accountant: B.G. Miller. Bamw Pastoral Society.-Hon, (Secretary: J. C. Higginson, Northampton. Barcoo Boeing Club.-Secretary: J. Monahan. Oddfellows' Society.-Noble Gra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 26 May 1880
for Sale. vvbb atsiunro shbbp. .J A TWO-TOOTH BA.U8, bred by Mcamf. iV Thomas Dowling tc Soon, Victoria, And got by Bone of the celebrated TfLsmaniaii Bam " Sir Thomas,*' out of l'urc Moriuo Stud Kwes. Also, 10 Sam Lamby got by the above runs out of pure Merino Ewea. Furllior particulars on application to F. OLKWETT. FOB SALE. MERINO UAM8 and SHOBTHOUN BULLS for sale at Minnie Downs. Apply to : AROHEIt & r-O. 8BBA.SING ILL commence at MALVERN HILLS on the Ibt July. w w ANTED to purchuc & few hc&d of young female CATTLE. Apply to J. KKARUON, Blackall. Choice Building 8ites. JOHN DESMOND hat FOR HALE or TO LKT on & building lease noma of the first-chosen niton in Blackall. £1 Eeward. LOST in Shamrock-street, on evening of 17th inrtflut, a Gold lling without stone, and with inscription. Tlie above ' reward will be paid to anyone bringing the name to the office of thin paper. New Boarding Establishment rPHE old L1VE~AN1) LET LIVE -*? HQTEh has been HE-OI'...
SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 26 May 1880
SPORTING NEWS. Local Basing Calendar. June 3 and 4.-Aramac Jockey Club An nual Meeting. Nominations, 28th April; weights, 12th May. July 1 and 2-The Barcoo Busing Club Annual Meeting. Nominations, May 11th ; weights, June let; acceptances (night of general entry), June 28th. July 21 and 22.-Great Western Downs Jockey Club Annual Meeting at Tambo. Nominations, June 21st; weight*, July 6th ; acceptances, July 19th, night of general entiy. J uly 29,80.-'Warrego Racing Club Annual Meeting. Nominations, June 15; weights, June 25 ; acceptances, July 10. August 1 and 6.-Peak Downs Turf Club Annual Meeting. Nominations, Handicap, July 1; weights, July 10; acceptances, July 13. September 1 and 2.-The Galway Jockey Club Annual Meeting. Nominations, July 1st; weights, August 1st; acceptances (night of general entry) August 31st. Several English race cups were recently sold by auction-among them the Brighton Cup of 1866 ; Her Majesty's Gold Vase,given at the Ascot meeting of 1855; and the Ches ...
BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 26 May 1880
BRISBANE AFFAIRS. PBOH OttB SPECIAL CORBEBPONDENT. May 14, THE statement ill my last letter about the formation of a meat exporting company is, I believe, quite correct. Tlie promoters bine not yet appealed through the Press to the public to take shares, and it is possible that they may not do so. The capital, £50,000, is guaranteed among themselves, and the only reason for seeking outside support would be Die securing of a wide connection. This, however, cannot be a matter of much import ance in such an undertaking. If they pay the current prices for fat stock, the projected company will be able to get as much as they require, connection or no connection; if they ere not prepared to gire the value they will not be able to buy. My opinion is thnt this business will not be carried on by one or two Companies, but by a great number of inde pendent traders-just big wholesale butchers who will ship their meat in quarters instead of selling it to local customers in joints and steaks. Ther...
The Western Champion. Vita sine literis mors est. BLACKALL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 26 May 1880
&lt;pc &lt;®gTc3ttrLtt d^hampiotr. Vita tine Uteris wort est. BLACKALL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26. THE question of how to civilizc the Australian blacks has again become the topic of discussion in tbc South, and the Brisbane papers are just now crowded with suggestive letters and articles on the subject. Some of the correspondents of the Queenslander are strong and out spoken in their denunciations of the manner in which the work of extermina- tion has hitherto been carried out, while othcrs defend the method with equal candour. In the last issue of the paper referred to we notice that the editor has compiled a series of narratives illustrat- ing the relations between whites and blacks in Queensland. These are given as true incidents, and as the plain unex- aggcratcd statement of something that has actually occurred at the outset. However, we may say that some of the evidence adduced is not reliable, and that the witnesses have distorted facts in some of the narrations which...
Mitchell and Warrego Hospital, Tambo. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 26 May 1880
Mitchell and Warrego Hospital, Tambo. THE usual monthly meeting of the Committee was held in the Tambo Reading Room. Pre- sent :- Mr. John Turnbull, in the chair, and Messrs. Hamilton, Mulhern, Smart, M'Guire, Moody, Phillips, Dowell, Clement Hamilton, and Milne. The minutes of the former meeting and of the emergency meeting having been read and confirmed, Outward correspondence was read to Dr. D. Graham Browne, W. H. Brown, dispenser, P. E. Allesandri, and R. G. Miller. Inward correspondence was read from Dr. D. Graham Browne, a letter signed by 16 patients in the Hospital, the Colonial Secre- tory, and R. G. Miller. The Surgeon's report read as follows: Indoor patients on 1st April, 16 ; admitted during the month, 2 ; discharged, 1 ; death, 1 ; indoor patients 1st May, 16. The dispenser's report and wardsman's returns were submitted and received. The former showed dispensing receipts for April so be £2 7s. 6d. The visitor's book was submitted, and remarks therein appeared to be sa...
TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 2 June 1880
TAMBO. i Police Magistrate: F. H. Hyde. Post Office.-Post sad Telegraph Master: - J. Brennen. Assistant: F. Boddington. Line Beoaiier: J. O. Willrfc. Divisional Board : T. Hamilton, J. T. Allen, B. P. Buries. Primary School.-Teachers: J. O'Byrne and Miss O'Byrne. Poundkeeper: B. V. Harries. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: -. Smart Accountant: A. J. A. Moody. Hospital.-Surgeon: Dr. P. E. Alessandri; Bearetary: A. J. A. Moody. Great Western Dovnu Jockey Clnb.-Hon. Secretary: E. D. Harries. Storekeepers- M. H. Bilton It Sons, H. T. Walsh. Hotels-Royal Cairarearra, P. Piiillipn; Commercial, H. T. Walsh; Telegraph, D. Mulhem; Live and Let Live, D. C. Milne; Tambo, Goon Yek. Auctioneer and Commission Agent-E. D. Harries. Butchers-Bredhauer & Co., Wright & Jones. Baddlcr-J. Madigan. Tailor-Mngiius Landgrcn. Watchmaker-fi. Berlyo. Cabinetmaker-E. Provis. Blacksmiths-J. Morrisscy, 0. Brcdliaucr. Hairdresser-F. Morrison, Baksrs-Ah Loy, Jimmy E. Look.
ISISFORD—WITTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 2 June 1880
I6I6FOBD-WITTOWN. j Police Magistrate and C.P.B.: B. B. Goaglu Offloer In o£ Police : Sen* Constable Johnaon. Assistant Registrar Births And Deaths-H. B. Oough. Postmaster: J. Whitman. Divisional Board: B. Gorett, E. COST, D. Old. Potmdkeeper : L.B. Asliby. Westward Ho 1 Jodcey Club.-Secretary: 3. A. Marshall; Treasurer, J. Whitman. Hotels-Westward Bo, .1. McDonnell; Ted dington, Wylie & Dorritn. Storekeepers-WJc J. Whitman, J. A. Mar shall & Co. Auctioneer and Commission Agent: L. E. Ashby. Blacksmith and Wheelwright-J. Swan. Butchers-W.fc J. Whitman. Saddlers-Koss fc Cowan; Thomas & Bor bidge* Cabinetmaker-A. Aiemnder,
WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 2 June 1880
WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALU Poltoe Magistrate:-B. A. Banting. Magistrate to consent to the marriage of minors-J. C. Higginson, Govt Medical Officer.-Dr. C. I. Moran. Land Office.-Commissioner: V. Desgrand. Becording Clerk: 13. Bedford. Local Police.-Sub-Inspector: J. Ahern. Native Police.-Inspector: P. Hurray. Sub Inspectors: A. Douglas, H. P. Kaye, E. Eglinlon. Inspectors of Brands.-Mitchell: J. Ahern; Gregory: A. DouglaB. Divisional Board: F. Cleirctt, W. 0. David' son, J, C. Higginson. W. H. Campbell, U. Ashbourne, Geo. Johnstone. font and Telegraph Office.-Postmaster: C. [ &.Aiigstoin. LineBepaircr: J.G.Quinn. . Primary School Teacher-W. H. L. Campbell. Anglican Church,-Incumbent: Bev. 1*. D. gtiujhan. | Ponnakeeper: J. Konnhatu Registrar of Marriages: W. H. L. Campbell. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: A. Olooq. Accountant: R.Q. Miller. j Barcoo Pastoral Society.-Hon. Secretary: J. j C. Higginson, Northampton. Barcoo Bacing Club.-Secretary: J. Monahan.! Oddfe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 2 June 1880
Wanted AT Jlnvcnsbounie, MEN WITH TEAMS to contract for wire fencing and dam making. liny 24 Hi, 1880. Q. B. MOLLE & CO. 1\f E, tlic unJcrsigiicil, Executors in * tlic Trust Estate of tlie lato G. 1). MOL1.U, Kf&lt;q., have tmnsferred to Messrs. WILSON BllOS. & CO. the Stock, Station, mid General Commission Business formerly curried oil by (lie firm of Messrs. Q. I!. Molle & Co. tit No. 21 Qiioeii-strcet, Brisbane, and would solicit for 1 lie incoming firm tlic gene ml support accorded by the public to the late firm. JOSHUA P. BELL. GEO. H. DAVENPORT. Brisbane, April 21,1880. With reference to tlic foregoing, wo have to lumounce that we have This Day com menced Business as Stock, Station, (finan cial, and General Commission Agents, and trust that by strict attention to business wc may isccure a fair share of support, WILSON BI10S. & CO. 24 Queen-street, Brisbane, April 21,1880. In the Supreme Court of Queensland. IN INSOLVENCY. WILLIAM MCCARTH...
The [?] Champion. Vita sinc literis mors est. BLACKALL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 2 June 1880
§hc tfetqit Vita tine Uteris mart at. BLACKBALL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. THE arrangements made by Mr. MCIl wnAHU for a direct mail service between English and Queensland porta is likely to prove of great benefit to this colony. The advantage of obtaining direct and speedy mail communication with tbc old country is the least important of the advantages wc may cxpcct to derive from tbc arrangement, the principal benefit being the opportunity afforded for ecmliug our frozen meat borne in large and quick travelling vessels, and of providing for a more efficient and satisfactory system of immigration. By tbc time they arc ready to oommcnce the service the company will have fitted up their steamers with engines and chambers for refrigerating and storing the meat, which it is expected will then be available for shipment at tbc various places which have been decided upon by the directors of the numerous frogen meat companies already formed. Tbc plan suggested for providing cheap passages for imm...
SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 2 June 1880
SUMMARY OF EVENTS. Tea production in nil England rose from 19,8lM,tW01bs. in 1870, to 35,000,0t>01bs. ill 1878. The production iu Assam nearly trebled, rising from 6,400,OUOlbs. to IB,000,00011)5. The railway officials at Utrecht gave n conceit to commemorate tlic fiftieth anniver sary of tlic invention of the first practical railway cuginc iuveiitcd by George Stephen 6on, wIiokc portrait had been placed iu tUe ccutrc of a map of the Dutch railways. The surplus of American cheese above the needs of home consumption is computed for I the past year lit IBO,OUO,OOOIbs. Ilrar.il has adopted nu extreme protection policy iu the hope of exciting her industrial and removing existing causes of depression. According to nil American periodical, the Bhnh of lVrtia rides through the streets o Ispahan iu n Cimneeticut buggy. The King of the Belgians hus offered af pric.o of 25,01101 forthobest essay on "The Development of Commercial Itclations with Belgium." A newspaper published in Tohio, und...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 2 June 1880
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. TAIIDO.-A correspondent obliges us with the following:-The Oddfellows of Tnmbo, on the 241b May, held their amiivcrsnry ball, particulars of which were inserted in your former iBBue, and with complete success. The muBic and dancing were excellent, and those present thoroughly enjoyed themselves. At the midnight hour the company adjourned to the supper tabic, which was superb, to refresh the inner man. After due nttcution hod been paid to the numerous viands sup plied by Brother Milne, Brother Brown, P.N.G., proposed the toast of Her Majesty the Queen, which was duly and loynlly received, after which with a few appropriate remarks, Brother Bcrlyn, I'.N.G., proposed the prosperity of the Lodge, followed by Brother Coffison, N.O., with that nl our visitors and friends, coupled with the Indira Adjournment was then mode to the dance room where dancing was continued till day light, when the company dispersed. The universal opinion here is that it was one of the mos...
Big Words. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 2 June 1880
Big Words. " I WANT to see the man who writes editorials for this paper," said on individual, who looked like a cross between a country store clerk and a job jircaclicr. 411 menu your regular big gun-your sledge hammer heavy- J weight, BO to speak-the one who writes those thick Golid lenders, that nobody can under stand ; them kind with four syllables in 'em j you know." " Well, sir," said the cditor-in chief, laying down liis pen, and shutting up a big dictionary-'? \Vlint can I do for you?" " Why," replied the stranger, as he took out a " twenty," and laid it oil the desk, " I want you to give mc the worth of tbat in big words, regular jaw-breakers-just the toughest of tooth-looseners you can get up for the money." "You don't want tliem for some oilier paper ?" said the editor suspiciously. " Oh, 110; not at all. Let we explain. You see, I belong to one of the debating societies up in Marys ville. Of course we liavcn't got much city style up there, but wc manage to make a good dea...