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Melbourne Cup Weights. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. MELBOUBNE, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 28 June 1892
Melbourne Cup Weights. [BY ELEOTBIO TELEOBAI>H.] FEOM A SPECIAL COMTESROKDENT. MELBOUBNE, Monday Evening. 8t. lb 7 4 7 7 TEE following weights were issued to-day: et. lb. Strathmorc ... 9 8 Scot Free Malvolio ... 9 8 Ethelbert Dreadnought ... 9 6 Leviathan Zalinski ... 9 4 Ruenalf Stromboli ... 9 3 Tlic Captain ... Sir William ... 9 2 Candour Admiral ... 9 1 Martial Freedom ... 9 0 Hopetoun Oxide ... 8 13 E.K. Correze ... 8 12 Scrip La Tosca ... 8 12 Sternchaser ... Realm ... 8 10 Vogengong ... Tarcoola ... 8 10 Femleaf Paris ... 8 8 Singapore Portsea ... 8 8 Sundial Workman ... 8 7 Dundas Tiralleur ... 6 6 Adventurer ... St. Albans n ... 8 5 Star of Erin ... Gnaroo ... 8 4 Wiora Anta,us ... 8 3 Golden King ... St. lilaize ... 8 3 Attahes Pigeontoe ... 8 2 Vakeel Clonard ... 8 0 Mascara General ... 8 0 Honor Bright... Etiuc ... 8 0 All There The Swell ... 8 0 Knight of Garter Autonomy ... 8 0 Culloden Glenloth ... 7 13 Blarney Stone Pilot Boy ... 7 13 Dundee John S ... 7 12 Terem...
Barcaldine Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 28 June 1892
Barcaldine Annual Races. THE following nominations were received by Mr. Charles Downes, Secretary of die B.C. R.C., up to 8 p.m. last evening: B.C.R.C. HANDICAP of £200; 2 miles. G. Shepherd's br in Avinmore (Splendour -Kilmuny), 5 years. G. Shepherd's br m Dalilia (Idiluni Evening Bella), 5 years. Brown & Cameron's b g Mariner (King of the North-Una), aged. Brown & Cameron's ch g The Serf (Osman), aged. W. H. Banks' ch g Beche-de-mer (The Diver -Refulgence), 6 years. W. H. Banks' b m Accepted (Cheviot-Re jected). 4 years. E. WoodleyV b g Worcester (Tester-Blondin mare), aged. W:m. Ford's br ni Twilight (Early Mom Adelaide), aged. W'm. Ford's blk g Curiosity (Freemason Regalia), 4 years. L. E. Tuckermau's eh g Bob (Courtenay Balaclava). C. J. Wright's b g Blue Peter (King of the North-Blue Jacket), aged. B. Byrnes' (ns) b g Lucky Boy (Souvenir Lucky iVthol). 6 years. S. Clemesha's b g Montague (Gainsborough Fleur d'Amour). C years. S. Clemesha's ch g Powdcrham (Court...
The Artesian Irrigation Scheme [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 28 June 1892
The Artesian Irrigation Scheme THE following letter has been received by Mr. J. Lloyd-Jones, Chairman of the public meet ing at which the artesian irrigation scheme .was discussed: DEPARTMENT OF AGEICULTUBE, BEISBANE, 14TH JUNE. Sir,-I have the honor to acknowledge re ceipt of your letter of the 3rd itifit., detailing the resolutions arrived at at the public meet ing held in Barcaldine with reference to the suitability of certain lands in the Barcaldine reserve for irrigation and cultivation, and, in reply, have to advise you that as soon as can be arranged, either myself or the Instructor in Agriculture, Professor Shelton, will visit Barcaldine for the purposes of reporting upon those lands, the date of which visits I shall have the pleasure of advising you in a subsequent letter. The bottle of water forwarded by you has been forwarded for analysis relative to its suitability for irrigation. Mr. R. G-. Casey, M.L.A. has forwarded to this office a letter received by him from Mr. C. ...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 28 June 1892
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Saturday. The names of 6069 persons nave Deeii registered in the Government labor bureau It is understood that the officers of Victorian railway service intend to peti the Government against the proposed redu Hon of their salaries. The Hon. W. Robertson, M.L.C., who has been suffering from canccr of the throat, died at Colac last night. He was born in Tas mania in 1839. The Metropolitan Board of Works yester day approved of extensive contracts for works which will involve an outlay of nearly £70,000. Sunday. : The Victorian Racing Club has decided to hold a complimentary meeting on Tuesday, July 12th, to relievo the distress among the unemployed. During a quarrel at Hughe Creek, near Negambe, between Mr. Doherty, Justice of the Peace, and Mr. Morris, a selector, over a road closed by Mr. Doherty, Morris dis charged a loaded gun at Doherty from a distance of ten yards. The shot lodged in Doherty's breast, shattering shoulder bone and collar bone. Morris came into...
Eccentricitle[?] Member for [?] "Don't shoot, Co[?] come down." CONDENSE[?] [?]ard. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 28 June 1892
" Don't shoot, Co| COKDE ome down." ard. THE electors of the pleased to read in thJ their representative 1 1 doubtless be 2 Hansard that puse has been ntto the Far [lblic since he Those who _ rather BUT he Speaker of his words and iTuesday last tjournment of JVe following py Mr. Ryan, ntennial Hall _ those pre icnted there, .j. From his ould say they [ i of swindlers. liament, the Press resumed his seat in . know Mr. Ryan intdfl prised that he did aofl the House rather than ? unconditionally apologi week Mr. GADEI^ mov^l jhe House to call attent report of the speech in^ member for Barcoo, in + the previous evening: sent only one class was and that was not the labor j experience in the House were nothing less than a - -- -. -- i (Cheers.) He hftd little experience in the Bouse up to the present time, but lie could | say that without the slightest hesitation. (Cheers.) Besides Hoolan, Glassey, Drake, and Paddy O'Sullivan, not a\ member had criven what he considered a fair and just opi...
Dibbslana. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 28 June 1892
Dibbslana. THE British Public arc making much fuss over the Premier of New South Wales, the reason of whose visit to England was a mystery for some weeks in Australia. Mr. Dibbs has gone ever so many better than bis rival, Sir Henry Parkes, and either he has hyponotised the British notables or has squared the gentleman of the Press who cable out to Australia the news of tbc day. It is only a year or two ago that Mr. Rhodes, the Premier of " South Africa" was lionised, until tbe people was sickened with satiety. If Mr. Dibbs is wise he will retire gracefully while at the zenith of his ascension. Having been smiled upon by Wales, York, The Timet, Rothschild and Kimbcrley, he has only to Ity, and then return as |Sydney, where nothing will be awaiting him, [ latest cablegrams: guest of tbe Earl of Iduced to the Prince of was very genial, and Bant conversation with s afterwards introduced the Duke of York, ad a long conversation with Bell, whose views on the .tified him. s' reply to Engl...
Arrilalah Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 28 June 1892
alah Police Court. oyBaturday, tlie 18th, at the police court, Jrfhfore Messrs. A. J. Rogers and J. McGovern, J's.P., K. Muldeen was again brought up after being remanded for eight days, charged with larceny as a bailee of a roan horse, He was committed to Bockhampton to await his trial at Barcaldine on the 19th of October. Bail submitted, two sureties of £50 each, himself in £100. Kobail forthcoming. -Charles Peters, LlicenBee of the Koyal Hotel, was charged with unlawfully allowing dice to be played on his Bremises. After a lengthy evidence the case Bu remanded until Thursday, the 23rd inst.
LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PER REUTER'S AGENCY.] LONDON, Friday. DONATION BY SIR A. CLARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 28 June 1892
LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PER REOTEU'S AGENCY.] LONDON, Friday, DONATION BY SIE A. CLARK. Sir Andrew Clark, Bart., nag given a donation of £100 towards defraying tho ex penses of the visit of an Australian eight-oar crew to England, to take part in theproposed University boat race on the River Thames in September next. A NEW LOAN. The Victorian Government are offering a 3| per cent, loan of £2,000,000, with a mini mum of £92. THE U.S. PRESIDENCY. Mr. Grover Cleveland is now certain of obtaining the necessary two-thirds majority at the Democratic Convention, enabling him to become a candidate for the American Presidency. Mr. Hill's party has completely collapsed. Saturday. THE POISONING CASES. A woman, alleged to be the mistress of Neill, who was arrested on the charge of poisoning several girls, and attempting to extort money in connection with their deaths by accusing public men of their murders, has admitted she assisted Neill in carrying out his plans. LANDSLIPS AT NAPLES. ...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 28 June 1892
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Saturday News from Samoa received yesterday, states that all is quiet in the out-lying districts, and instead of the disturbances that were feared, those who are opposed to the present Govern ment are apparently peacefully inclined and willing to remain inactive, provided the dreaded collector of taxes does not disturb them. Sunday. An inquest was commenced yesterday on the body of a child foond terribly mutilated in a Gladstone bag on a vacant allotment off Jolmstone-street, Aimandale. The head was almost severed from the trunk. The legs were out off below the knee, and missing. It is announced at Broken Hill that a local grooer named Grieve has discovered the secret of the sulphide problem, which has BO long puzzled the bost metallurgists of the world. He has applied for patents in many parts of the worla, including all Australia. His explanation of the process is that a solution of water and a common article of domestic use costing a penny per pound is ke...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 28 June 1892
Longreach Jockey Club. A GENERAL MEETING of the members of the Club will be held at the Longreach Hall on TUESDAY, the 12tli July, at 7 30 p.m. FRANCIS CORY, 34 Secretary. Mwttabwrra TwrfClub. THE Annual General Meetjng will be lield at the Mount Cornish Hotel on WEDNES DAY, I3th Juiy, 1892. at 8 o'clock p.m. Business: To receive the Financial State ment, elect office bearers for the ensuing year, and transact any other business that may arise. GEO. ARNELL, 2-3 Hon. Secretary. ItfOW OPEN! Nesbit's Consultation . OK THE MELBOURNE CUP (Run at Flemington Nor. 1st, 1892). 25,0001 SuSTat 125,000 First Horse... £2500 5 Cash Prizes cadi £100 Second Horse 750 5 Cash Prizes each 50 llrird Horse 500 5 Cosh PrizcB each Starters divide 500 20 Cash Prizes each 10 Non-starters ,, 750 40 Cash Prizes each 5 Tntal £6250. Divided pro rata if list not filled. Less 10 per cent. P9 B£ CASH Prizes. Every 5s. invested will # k3 have a chance of drawing Six separate prizes. Early application for tickets is...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 5 July 1892
MARRIAGE. MOOBE-GrAEUT.-At the Presbytery, Bar caldiiio. oil July '2nd. by the Rev. W. Little, John, eldest son of the late Samuel Silvester Moore, of Providence Place, Lyme Regis. Dorset. Enjr., to Delia, only daughter of the late Thomas Garry, of Newcastle, Co. Galwav, Ireland.
STOCK AND STATION REPORT, CHAMPION Office. Monday, 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 5 July 1892
STOCK m STATION REPORT, CHAMPION Office. Mondnv, 10 p.m. THE weather during the past week" lias been in direct contrast to that ol' the week previous. Instead of frost there have been warm days and hot nights, almost like summer. A refer ence to our weather table will show that on Sunday night the thermometer never fell below 49| degrees. Clouds have alternated with clear skies, but no rain lias fallen. The goods department at the liarcaldine railway station has been busy with uploading received during the week. The quantity of wool sent away by train during the week ending to-day was 432 bales, made up as follows :-Albilbah, 215; APCr over Meadows, 21; Huthven, 20; Hod ney, 24; Dalgi. 33; Coreena, 60; and the W'oolscour, 59. Mr. Gilbert has nearly com pleted the trucking of fat ewes from Wellshot, 2200 were trained this morning, and there are only about 1000 left on the reserve. Mr. Arthur sent forward 50 sheep to Alpha during the week. Other consignments were 29 casks tallow and 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 5 July 1892
Special Advertisements. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND 3IEK CANT1LE AGENCY CO. LTD. Capital authorised ...£4,560,000 " subscribed ... 4,000,000 " Paid-up ... 802, &lt;512 Reserve Fund ... 330,000 Reserved Profits ... S,S20 £1,201,402 HEAD OFFICE : Portland House, Basinghall-street, LONDON, E.C. HEAD OFFICE IN AUSTRALIA : Collins-street West, MELBOURNE. GENERAL MANAGER : David Elder. INSPECTOR or PASTORAL PROPERTIES : William Oliver. WITH BRANCHES IN: SYDNEY, ADELAIDE, BRISBANE, And throughout NEW ZEALAND. BOCKHAMPTON OFFICES & STORES William-Street. LIVE STOCK AGENTS, CUSTOMS, FORWARDING, & GENERAL MERCANTILE AGENTS. Large Stocks of GENERAL STATION SUPPLIES kept. WOOL and PRODUCE received for ship ment to, and sale by, all our SOUTHERN Offices (where AUCTION SALES are regu larly held) or forwarded on to LONDON for realisation. TOTAL WOOL IMPORTED INTO LONDON during 18!>0 bv the COMPANY'S OFFICES, 90,010 BALES. 106,313 bales of Wool sold in Syd ney, Melbourne and Ade...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 5 July 1892
G Wanted. OOD GENERAL SERVANT. Apply-Mrs. SAVAGE, liarcaldinc. ? Wanted, SITUATION on Sheep or Cattle Station; 27 years' experience among cattle and sheep, and thorough experience as a drover. Apply -W. J.S., this office. Mrs. F. LIMPUS ~ IS now open to take pupils for the Piano and Leather Work. Terms moderate. Address : Willow-St., Baroaldine. 2-5 N otice. THE Secretary of the Committee of the Jiall in aid of the School of Arts, desires to thank most heartily the ladies and others for their kindness in contributing so liberally towards the supper. Tuesday, 5th July, 1892. Noticc. S 1..0 utit sitting of - in Muttaburra on 13th July, for Certificate of Fulfilment of Conditions on his Grazing Farm as under, situated in the Aramac District: lie". No., 85; Name, Charles ISIume, Junior; Por. °No" lv; Locality, Pickwick; Area, 20,000 acres. MARK W. NORTON, 3.4 Land Commissioner. Xotiee. IIEAlllNG will start at Maneroo on or about the lltli August. WILLIAM M'MILLAN. Maneroo, 25tli June, 1...
Adventures of Queen's Messengers. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 5 July 1892
Adventures of Qaeen's Messengers. From an article in the Quarterly Review we read tliat the pay of a Queen's Messenger is £400 a year, with an allowance of £1 per diem for subsistence while on actual duty, all tra velling expenses being of course paid by the Government. A messenger may perhaps be ' engaged on actual service during rather loss than half the days in each year, reckoning annual holidays and the intervals between each journey uhroad, so that he would thus receive, under the head of subsistence allow ance, an annual addition to his salary of £150, making the total emoluments of the post about £550 a year. In addition to this may be reckoned the advantage of a pension on retirement from active service. The regu lations for the service prescribe that the messengers mnst bo provided with a uniform consisting of a dark-blue cloth double-breasted ] f rock-coat, with turn-down collar; blue single breasted waistcoat, buttoned up to the throat, with edging of gold lace: trousers...