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The Australian Cricketing Team. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 2 June 1880
The Australian Crioketi^f Teua. APPENDED ie a list of tho matches arranged for the Australians up to the prttent time, taken from Betl't Jlife of 31on& Mth: May 81, Keighley.-The Australians*. 18. June 3, Burnley.-The Australians v. IB. June 7, Mai ton.-Tho Australian* v. 18. June 10, Dcwsbuiy.-The Australians v. Yorkshire. June 14, Belfast.-The Australian*'Y. 18 of the North of Ireland. June 17, Dublin.-The Australians v. Dublin University. June 21, Birmingham.-The Australian v. 18. June 24, Northampton.-The Australians v. 18. June 28, Harrogate.-The Australians v. 18. July 1, Newcastle.-The Australians v. 18. July 6, Middlesborough.-The Australians v. 18. July 8, Broughton.-The Australians v. 18. July 12, Leicester.-The Australians v. Lei cestershire. July 16, Oldham.-The Australians v. 18 of the Wcructh Club. July 22, Huddersficld.-The Australians v. Yorkshire. July 29, Crewe.-The Australians v. 18 of the Alexandra Club. Aug. 2, Clifton.-The Australians v. Glou cestershir...
SPRINGSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 2 June 1880
Bl'RlNOBUEB. Police Mngiiitrelc-J, G. M'Donald. l\»l and Telegraph Muster-Frank Cosgrove. AuMsUnt: Chariot Moore. Teachers Role Bctiool-Francis L. Walker. Hufirn Deacon, Ella Iloarc. J'ulioe-fiergeant in cliarec : Paul Lore. Holelti-Commercial, John Stone j Shearer's Arms, Ham Ah Hing j Sjiringsure, Willie Ab Wall ; Carrier'*, Armx, Jimmy All Koo. Storekeeper*-Hinlon JJroihnr*,
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 2 June 1880
DEATHS. &nbsp; HARRIES.—At Tambo, on May 19 th, Cecil Philip, third son of E. D. Harries, aged 18 months. STEVENS.—On the 26th May, suddenly, at Tintinchilla, Bullo River, Frederick S. Stevens, son of F. P. Stevens, of Warnam- bool, Victoria, aged 80.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
"QflgTITHB'B PATENT ZINC WHITE" COVERS 128 per cent, more than Oxide Zinc. Covers lOOpcrccnt more than Whitehead. It retains its whiteness under all conditions. A Bed Heat will not destroy it. Will never Blister. Is non-poisouous. Has no smelL Has no Cltcmical Action upon Metals. The Patent Zmc White, or substitute for Lead, invented and patented by Mr. Thomas Griffiths, of Oxton, Liverpool, received the Hichitrdeonian Gold Medal of the Sanitary Institute of Great Britain, and tlia highest possible praise at the Meetings of the " Society of Arts and Manufactures," London, and the " Social Science Congress." "GrifiiUis's Patent Zinc White" has teen reported upon by the leading scientific Chemists, i'-aint Merchants, Decorators, fax, &c.; was brought before the International Congress of Hygiene, at Paris, in August, 1872, by Professor Luteclraunig and Dr. Pliipson, and in the same month befure the British Association, in Dublin ; in October, a paper was read upon it at the Soc...
SPRINGSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
BI'ltlNGHUItE, Police Mnpihtrate-J. (J. 41'DoiitJJ. 1'oftt ood Telegraph Mattel'-Fmuk Cusgrove. AaftUlniit: Chorion Moure. Tcaclicre Btntc School-Francis L, Walkor. Suwrn Duocon, RUa Haarc, Police-Bci-gcnnt in clmrpe : Paul Love. Holvlw-JUoiiuneroiM, Join* BtoiR!; HIicurcr'H Armfl« Marry All llitig ; Spiingsurc, Willie All Wuli ; Carrier's Arm*, Jimmy AhFoo. Btorukocpcrw-llinton U FoUicr*.
Meteorological. BLACKALL, Wednesday. RECORD FOR WEEK ENDING JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
Meteorological. BLAGKAUI, Wednesday. RECORD FOB WEEK ENDING JUNE 8. « THJSHiltl BKilliU. pif] nr.vj Day- Max. shade Min. shade md' Average maximum, 72 4-7ths; minimum, 89 l-7ths; rainfall, nil. Tbbrick, Jane 2. r Weather report for the month of May, I860, ftt Temek, Barooo: THBBMOMETER. Average daily maximum 7918 Average daily minimum 89-02 Mean temperature of month 69-16 Highest in shade 9G J* Lowest in shade 27* BABOMETEB (AKBBOID). Highest reading 80'75 J/owesl reading DO'40 Mean for month 8G'67 BAIKFALL. EainMl niL No. of days on which rain fell... 6 Prevailing wind V'ble. Bccoid taken twice a day, at 7 o'clock a.m. and 8 o'clock Ji.m. This month has been very much colder than the corresponding month of last year, being 11'87 lower on the max. average and 220G lower on the min. average. It is most unfortunate that this particular I spot should have been so perversely forgotten 1 by the " old watetman" this year, above all others. The new washing machine)? now being eroeted here ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. JUST ARUIVEDI Pocket Races Betting Books! Pocket Raoes Betting Books! 1 Also, Queensland Racing Calendars 1 Queensland Racing Calendars I At Xm. BACCHI'B. Notioe. ALL HOJIREfi running in my ParJdock will be MUH'l'KKKl) THIS DAY and cent u> &lt;he Yards of Ihe WKSTE11N DOWNS CIJDB HOTKL, nt 12 noon. All Persons owning hone* running in this paddock arc requested to claim tbcm AT ONCK. WM. HUKTON. Msckftllf June 9 th. Wonted, AT Havcnsbourne, Men to make about three hundred hurdles. June 7tli, 1880. To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peacc acting in and for the Police District of Ararnac, Queensland. I JOHN UBQOHART, now residing at , Winton, in the Police district of Aramoc, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the next Licensing Meeting, to be liolden for this districton Tuesday the 13th day of July, next ensuing, for a Publican's Country Licence for the Sale of Fermented and Spirituous Liquors, in the house and appurtenances th...
ARAMAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
Policc Magistrate-T. B. Sword. Pout and Telegraph Muster-W. H. llorison. IJne Bepaircr-G. J. Oosgrovc. Divisional Board : W. Looker, J. T. Tilbury, S. W. Donncr. State School Teacher Police-Scrgcaot in charge H'Donough. Queensland National Bank-Manager, W. Fulton; Accountant, J. Hollis. Medical Practitioner-Dr. Bpark. Aramac Jockcy Club-W. J. Gardiner, lion. Secretary. Auctioneers-F. W, Kingston, 8. Bharwood; J. T. Tilbury. Storekeepers-Thompson flcCasliion ; Tilbury 6l CO. ; Schneider 4c O'Brien; J. FalTell. Hotels-Royal-G. Porter; Aramnc, W. J Kingston ; Albion, W. B. Steel. Cliemlst-J. Hughes. Blacksmith-G. Porter. Bootmaker-D. O'Brien. Saddler-C. Mocxcr. Butchers-Burgoyne & Vines. Painter-H. Biirley. Newspaper Proprietor-W. J. Hodda. Block and fSUitiun Agents-Tilbury & Co., S. Sliarwood. Watchmaker-A. Itcichcnbach.
The Western Champion. Vita sine literis mors est. BLACKALL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
Vita tine literii mart at. BLACKALL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9. AM old gentleman, bearing about liim the unmistakable flavor of southern polities, has been spying out the condi tion of the Western Country. Starting from Dalby he made a flying trip to the North, travelling with relays of horses and doing hie Bixty miles ft day. Like a flashing meteor, which is scarcely seen before it vanishes, so did the distin guished visitor to the Barcoo come and go. He arrived in Blackall upon a Sunday evening, and without stopping in the town pushed on westward. At Aramac we again saw him for perhaps an hour as be passed hurriedly by. His journey was one of 1800 miles, which was commenoed and ended within five weeks. He has now published the result of his observations in a letter to his local paper, and we reproduce them for the amusement of our readers. We were under the impression that Mr. Miles intended to write a lengthy and interesting account of bis travels in the West, and we expected to find the...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. BABCOO PASTORAL BOOIETT.-A meeting of the Committee was held at Blackal) on 1 the 1st June. Present: Messrs. J. W. Stuart, F. Clcwctt, H. Bell, U. Gillespie, A. Ulcoq, and the hon. secretary. Mr. Clcwctt took the chair. Tenders for supplying the Society's annual dinner were received from Messrs. P.; O'Mallcy and W. Huston. The tender of the! former was accepted. BXTBAOBDINABT BUILDING PEAT.-The annoyance and cjqjcnse experienced by per* sons who have wanted their houses built quickly, and have been delayed by want of timber and scarcity of labor, is now a legend of the past so fur as the Barcoo is concerned, and as an instance of what well directed energy may accomplish, we may place upon record the work undertaken on Wednesday last by Mr. M'CulIocli, the contractor for the 6tale School at Blackali. He engaged to build a shop for the Barcoo Butchering Com pany, 80 by 20 with 12 feet walls. On Tues day night the blocks were placed in position, but none of tlic...