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TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
Police Magistrate : F. H. Hyde. Post Office.-Post and Telegraph Master - J. Brennan. Assistant: F. Boddington. line Bepairer: J. G. Wilkie. Division ol Board : T. Hamilton, J. T. Allen, E. D. Harries. Primary School.-Teachers: J. Q'Byroe and Miss O'liyrnc. Poundkeepcr: B. P. Harries. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: -. Smart. Accountant: A. J. A. Hood;. Hospital.-Surgeon: Dr. P. E. Aleasandri; Becretaiy: A. J. A. Moody. Great Wcsteni Dowd? Jockey Club.-Hon. fiecretaty; B. I). Harries. Storekeepers-M. JL Bilton & Sons, H. T. Walsh. Hotels-Eoyal Corrangarra, P. Phillips; Commercial, H. T. Walsh; Telegraph, D. Mulhem; Live and Let Live, D. C. Hilne; Tom bo, Goon Vcfc. Auctioneer and Commission Agent-E, D. Harries. Butchers-Bredhauer It. Co., Wright k Jones. Saddler-J. Madigan. Tailor-Magnus Ijuidgrco. Watchmaker-S. Berlyn. Cabinetmaker-E. Provlfl. Blacksmiths-J. Morrisficy, Q. Bredhauer. Hairdresser-F. Morrison. Bakers-Ah Loy, Jimmy B. Look.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
R.K.PIBB8, SOLICITOE AND PROCTOR, BLiOIlU. I L T 0 N 4c SONS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STOREKEEPERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, BLACKALL. F. CLEWETTS WHOLESALE & BBTAIL GENERAL STOKES, BLACKALL. V* L»Ee and varied stock always on hand. MONAHAN&CO] AUCTIONBERB, STOCK, STATION, AND COMMISSION AGENTS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, BLACKALL. ^ 5! H A B B I B 8, AVCTIONEEB, STOCK, STATION, ADD Gknehal COMMISSION AGENT, T A M B 0. E. 0. OLEN, SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER, BLACKALL. THE Largest Stock of Saddler? in the Western District. Baddies rod Collars oounterlined for 7s.! td. each, FOB CASH, to meet the times. BEID BROTHERS, BLACKSMITHS, WHEELWRIGHTS, | AND BUILDERS, BLACKALL. Conntiy Orders promptly attended to. CLAYTON & WORRALL, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND I GENERAL CARPENTERS, Plans and specifications prepared, and estimates given. SAMUEL STEPHENS, BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT, I Opposite WESTERN DOWNS CLCB HOTEL, BLACKALL. A large Bupply of American timber tor I buggy ...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKALL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
STOCK AND STATION BEPOBT. BLACKALL, Wednesday. Sal try weather has been experienced this week foreboding rain, which is needed. A inob of 4000 fat sheep from Selsoe passed through Blaclcall on the 4th inst., bound for Dalby. Mr. Powell in charge. A prime lot of full-bellied ewes numbering 14,000 went through this week, purchased by Messrs. Schollick, for Oondooroo Btation. They ore ; from Burenda, with Mr. Harrison in chaige. A mob of 26,000 fat wethers have passed from Evora to Dalby; Mr. Smith in charge. MOKAHAN & Co., Black til I, report:-Fat Stock.-A few bullocks for local consump tion were disposed of at £4 10/-; fat wethers at 10/-. Horses.-We sold on aooount of F. Gray B lot of unbroken colts from £8 to £10; on account of various owners several hack neys (inferior) from £5 to £8. 8. NBVILE II CO., Blackall, report as fol lows:-Fat cattle.-No transactions; stores in demand but difficult to obtain. 800 head have passed through in chaige of Mr. Moss man. Sheep.-Holders p...
COLONIAL MARKETS. BRISBANE, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
COLONIAL MARKETS. Bbibbake, June 4. Messrs. Monahan & Haygarth report 121 bead of cattle entered this week. Toe prices for very prime beasts have vejy considerably advanced. Best bullocks, £6; others down to £4 2/6. A thousand sheep were yarded. Best merinos, 9/3 ; inferior, 7/-; crossbrcds, 18/- to 14/- j lambs, 10/- to 11/-. 6TDNET, June 8. driffitlis tc Weaver report 2000 cattle for the week's supply. Trices easier. Best bol locks £4 10-/. to £4 16/-; extra prime, £5. 14,000 Bbeop yarded. Best wethers, 11/G; ottos in proportion.
ISIFORD—WITTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
ISI6F0KD-\mtOWN. Police Magistrate and C.P.S.: H. B. Qoagh. Officer in charge of Police : Ben. Constable Johnson. Assistant Registrar Births and Deaths-H. B. Gough. Postmaster; 3. Whitman. Divisional Board: It. Govett, E. Coiy, D. [Old. roundkecpcr: L. E. Anliby. Westward Ho I Jockey Club.-Secretaiy : J. A. M«mlmll . Xreararer, J. Whitman. Hotels-Westward Ho, .1. McDonnell; Ted dington, Wylie & Dorrian. Storekeepers-\V Jc J. Whitman, J. A. Mar shall & Co. Auetioneet and Commission Agent: L. E. Ashby. Blacksmith and Wheelwright-J. fiwon. Butchers-W. k 3. Whitman. Saddlers-HOBS & Cowan; Thotnas & Bor bidge. . Cabinetmaker-A. Alexander.
WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY, BLACKALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY, BLACKALL. - Police Magistrate:-R. A. Banking. Magistrate to consent to the marriage of minors-J. C. Higginson. Govt, Medical Officer,-Dr. C, I. Koran. hand Offloe.-Commissioner: V. VcagrancL Recording Clerk : ft, Bedford, Local Police.-Bub-Inspector: J. Ahem. Native Police.-Iusj>ector: F. Murray, tfob InKpectors: A. Douglas, H. 1*. Knye, E.Eglinlon. Inspectors of Brands.-Mitchell: J. Ahem; Gregory: A. Douglas. I Divimoed Board t V. Clewett, W. H. David-1 . son, J. C-Higginson. W. H. Campbell, K. Afibbourae, Geo. JoJiostone. Post and Telegraph Office.-Postmaster: C. E. Augstcin. Line Repairer: J. O. Quinn. Primary School Teacher-W. H. L. Campbell. Anglican Church.-Incumbent: Rev. ?, D. Kinshan. Poundkeeper: J. Konalian. Jtegiebrar ol Maniagee: W. 11. L. Campbell. Queenrfand National Bonk,-Manager: A. Ulooq. Accountant: B. 0. Miller. Bnrcoo Pastoral Society.-Hon. Secretary: 3, C. Higginson, Northampton. iBarcoo Racing Clab.-Seeretaiy: J. Monalian. Oddfel...
Sporting Notes from the metropolis. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. BRISBANE, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
Sporting Notes from the metropolis. FBOH OUB SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. B&ISBAHB, MA? 28. THE Q.T.C. Meeting u past and gone and it is s long while since I bare assisted at eo successful a gathering. The attendance on the first day was nothing extraordinary in Bpite of tie most lovely weather, and pro spects of a most interesting day's sport, in which we were not disappointed. The prin cipal features on the first day wens, the Barber's win in the More ton Handicap, and Major's two victories, one in the City Handi cay, end the other in the All Aged Stakes. The Moreton Handicap was one of the finest races I have ever seen, and when Sydney, Orphan, and the Barber drew away from the test of the field the excitement was intense, as everyone shouted the name of their special favourite. All the way up the straight it was anybody's race, and it was not until within a few strides of home that the Barber got his head in front and kept it there. Major won his two races with so much ease th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
JOHN FOULKES TAYLOR, | OP Portland Downs Station, Unrcoo. I'luiific write to W. H. KICff AKhSOX, l l'ufcl OfHee, Blnckiill, Anyone knowing of j Ihu whcrcnbuutK of the wiid J. F. Ttivlor 1 would favor by writing to the nbyvt* address. | Notice to Publicans. The TreuMirv, Queensland, bribhune, 28th May, 18(50. PUnTiTCAKB are reminded Uinl unices tlio Certitioates grouted «t tlic Annual liiccnbiug ISleotinp- of MngietrnteH, together with the f«e required to be paid in each cave, nrc lodged in thin Ofiice on or before the 30th Juue, bucli eorliliratefl will become void. 0. UAimJK IUJZACOTT, AtlKig l-oli»ni«i Xr^i.-urt'r, PE0FES80E "SNAKES" Has Opened a Hairdresser's Shop, Next door lo DESMOND'S BUSHMAN'S ARMS HOTEL. Hair Cutting, One Shilling. Gentlemen wnited upon at their private resi dences-charged 2s. SHEARING WILL commence at NIV1S DOWNS on tlic 15th July. THOMAS A. BROD3E. SHEARING ILL coinmoucc nt MALVERN J1TLLS on the l*t July. £2 Reward. LOST, a Chestnut Horse, branded fl lieai...
Trunk Lines and the Western Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
jHHithe Western Country. Hfhta, at Colonial fieerclory, and the pwaent Pariiamentary repiesentutive of tlio DaliingDowM, lias returned home from liis Western tour, and gives iiis ideas about (lie fanok nilvaja in tliu following letter ad. pleased to the Wboreoomba, Chronicle : flaring (oft returned (ram a trip to the iDUmantitia, aitnatcd nboul flOO miles to tlic north lyr wast of Dolby, towards tlic selling sun, where tUe present. Government nrede. teiwtaed to push out three lines of railway, ?I think s few remarks from mo may be Opportune. On my way out I went by v.'iy of EUnngowan, Tnmtio, llhickull, I.Msford, and tPinton, returning )>y IfuUalnirr.i-or Mutton borough, as Mr, Douglas lust session named It-and Aramnc. This route gave me agood opportunity of judging whether the oountlj WW ^njiable of supporting three 1 1|BV0 1,0 hesitation in «aying Ugl one line would be more than .uffideutforUieoext quarter of a century. 'IfroBi Ijaasdowneatation on the upper Wiir jqgo.rightoutt...
SYDNEY. MONDAY, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
SYDNEY. MONDAY, June 7. I A letter lias been received from Han Ion stating that owing to a prior en gagement lie will be uuable to meet Trickctt in September or October, but is willing to row in January, and will moke a match for tbat montli when Trickctt deposits £50. Tlic sentence of &lt;leatb passed upon Sinclair at West Mnitland, Las been commuted to imprisonment for life. Tlic police with a black tracker left Quirindi to-day going towards Worries Creek, evidently acting upon information received. Another body of police have gone in the direction of Wallabadah. It is suspected that tnc bushrangers arc making for the ranges near Nundle on foot. The following telegrams apticated in our western edition of Saturday afternoon last: LOUDON, Jane 1. In consequence of the spread of the rebellion in Burmah, orders have been given for four companies of English and native troops to proceed to the frontier of British Burmah to protect *.hat terri tory from the inroads of armed bands...
COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. IPSWICH. MONDAY, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. IPSWICH. MONDAY, June 7. There was a good attendance at the races. The Acting-Governor was present The events were decided as follows MARES' PRODUCE STAKES. Canary.....,...*. I Waterloo.. 2 IPSWICH CUP. Satirist .... 1 Barber . 2 Orphan .... #... 3 Seven started* Othello led, followed by Satirist, Barber, and Olivia* At the half mile Satirist came to the front, and won a good race by a length. Time-lrain. 14 1-lOth. sees. HURDLE RACE, rastirae I Kooralbyn 2 Mark Twain S Seven started* GRAND HANDICAP-lj miles. Sydney . 1 Orphan 2 Warhawk 3 Six ran. Betting: 6 to 4 on Sydney. Sunset led for a mile, when Sydney came to the front and won by a length. Time Smins. lljsccs. GRANGE PLATE. Eclipse ». 1 Canary 2 Othello . 3 WIND-UP HANDICAP. Waterloo , 1 Barber 2 Balthazar 3 Seven ran.
Aramac Annual Races. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] FIRST DAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
Aramac Annual Ratm [Clr ELECTBIC TELEGRAPH.] Fibbt DAT, JUNE 3. MAIDEN PLATE, of 40 SOTO.; £ miles; w.f.a. Bccfer A 1 Maritnna 2 Garryowen 8 Maritana was fractious at the START, and the ollior horses were 6cvcra! lengths ahead before she got away. Time-2tnln. CSsccs. COBICTHTAK STAKES, of 20 sowa.; milea; W.w.f.N. Mr. Johnston^ Hazclwood 1 Mr. Toacr'S Blackall 2 Mr. Porter's Don 8 FLYING HANDICAP, 3O BOYS. ; J mile, Mr. Adams' Vanguard 1 Mr. Porter's Cullodcn 2 TOWN PLATE, FIU sovs.; 1J miles 5 w.f.a. Mr. Porler'N Mnralhon 1 Mr. McKenna's Headsman 2 Mr. ADNUIS' Vanguard 8 TBIAL STAKES, silver cup, sweep of £5 CS. with 40 sovs. added 5 six furlongs. Mr, dc Satge'S br» f. by Coraebo Rcgura 1 Mr. Porter's b f Martian* 2 SKOOND DAY. STEEPLKCHABE, of DO eovB.; TWICE round the course ; w.w.f.A. ' Wideawake 1 Friendless 2 Cuunobiv 8 Amber baulked at the fji.il jump. Canno bic went ontside the posta and bod to be turned, Claretnont fell at the last jatnp, throwing his rider (Button) and bre...
SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. July 1 and 2.-The Barcoo Racing Club Annual Meeting. Nominations, May lltli; weights, June 1st; acceptances (night of general cntoy), June 28th. July 81 and 22.-Great Western Downs Jockey Club' Annual Meeting at Tambo. Nominations, June 21st; weights, July 6th; acceptances, July 19th, night of general entry, July 29,30.-Warngo Racing Club Annual Meeting. Nominations, June IS; weights, June 25; acceptances, July 16. August 4 and 5.-Peak Downs Turf Club Annual Meeting. Nominations, Handicap, July 1; weights, July 10; acceptances, July IS. September 1 and 2.-The Galwav Jockey Club Annual Meeting. Nominations, July 1st; weights, August 1st; acceptances (night of general entry) August Slst WE notioe that Mr. W. H. Charkcr has been distinguishing himself " upon the river" at Bockhampton. On Saturday last a pair oared race between Messrs. Turnbull and Chnrker and two other nmateur watennen, came off, and resulted in on easy victory for the former. MB. ...
BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. May [?]7. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 9 June 1880
BJUSBAHE AHMUHb *BOM OtjE SPECIAL CDIUMmWBBMtj, ' Toe Queen's Birthday wfWjfc nitomliilj (lin. day, and all llie town was Ml titalnDTe. SToo will loam all about the MOM ^K8n » tnoTf competent source than ibU. »!*) *rill confine myself to Haying tt#» spoken of as enjoyable, flie leTii mu nn usually well attended, th* popularity ctti* Lieutenant Governor dravril^ ^ greater crowd than usual. One otjtiie Queen's Birthday ia ni i ntlli It ffoi mllij) * ing of the Sunday schools belonging to this various Protestant sects, pgi^tj of England, assemble in ^Mpijb$ where each school forms a and goes in for a fetus t&lt;Wd:j This time about £000 chill it is to my mind a prcU tswarms of children rompii looking teachers of both &lt; ously, There was a nor gathering in the shape the Diamantina Orph to join by the Union, and j cake, &c, las. Some by-| which was amusing, if creditable. Groups of sp rising ground at the furthir &lt; dens. Among these were fWBWWtth* ten...
ARAMAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 16 June 1880
ARAMAC. Police Magistrate-T, S. Swori l'ort and Telegraph Master-W. II. Mori son. Line Uefmircr-G. J, CoHgrovc. Divisional Hoard : W. Looker, J. T. Tilbury, S. W. Donncr. State School Teacher Police-Kcvgemit in charge .. M'Donough. Queensland National Bank-Manager, W. Fulton ; Accountant, J. Mollis. Medical Practitioner-Dr. Spink. Aramnc Jockey Club-W. 3. Gardiner, boil. (Secretary. Auctioneers-F. W. Kingston, S. Shnrvrood j J, T. Tilbuty. Ktorckcejrera-Thompson Sl Cashion ; Tilbnry & Co.; Bclineider & O'Brien ; J. Farrcll. Hotels-Royal-G. Porter; Aluniac, W. J Kingston ; Alliion, \V. B. Steel. Chemist-J. ]iughc«. Blacksmith-0. l'orter. Bootmaker-D. O'Brien. Soildler-C. Mocser. Butchers-Burgoyiie h Vines. Painter-If. Builey. Newnpnpor Proprietor-\Y. J. Iloddti. Stuck mid Station Agents-Tilbuiy & Co., 6. Hlmrwood. Walclimakcr-A. Rcichciibach,