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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
B. K. PIEB8, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, WMBTIT.T. B I L T 0 N t BOMS, WHOUBAIX AMD RBTAIL STOREKEEPERS, vma and SPIRIT MERCHANTS, BLACKALL. F, CLEWBITB WHOLESALE & BBTAtL GENERAL STORES, BLACK A Lit W Large tod raried stock always on hud. MONAHAN AVOTIONSSBB, STOCK, STATION, AMD COMMUBIOH AOEKTB, Wins AND SFISIT MEBCHANTS, f BLACKALL. jg D. H A B E I B Aootiombbb, .RKK, STATION, AMD GEKKUL COMWMION aoeht, T A M B O. E. G. OLEN, - SADDLE AMD HARNESS ItAKSB, BLACKALL. %^HB largest Stock of Saddlery in &lt;1 X Western District. REID BROTHERS, fJLACKSMITHS, WHEELWRIGHT8, | JJ AND B II I t D B B 8, BLACKALL. Owntaty Orders promptly attended to. CLAYTON ft WORRALL, CILDEBS, CONTRACTORS, AMD OENEBAL CABPENTEBB, B Rant md specifications prepared, and | .atimates given. SAMUEL STEPHENS, BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT, I Opposite 1 . Ws«TEHjf DOWNS CLUB HOTEL, BLACKALL: A base supply of American timber for boggy spokes and felloes always on hand. Ocmnuy Orders pnnctaally attended to. ...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKALL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
8TOOK AND STATION BEPORT. BLACKALL, Wednesday. UoNAHAN & Co., Blackall, report:-We .old a mob of draught colts (unbroken) at an Average of £16; hackneys from £7 to £14. Fat cattle-A small lot for local consump tion; bullocks, 10/-; cowe, £3. * 8. Nevile 4C Co., Blackall, report as fol low! 'We sold by auotion on account of file Barooo Pastoral Society 47 wethers, from IB/- to 16/- per head, 5 bullocks at £6 per bead; also during the week we disposed of SO head of horses, at from £4 to £20. Stock Movements.-6000 Cettaria ewes in lamb, by Timbu rams, for Travers & Gibson, Ara ubc ; J. F. Smith in charge. 106 rams passed on the 4th fast., for Aram sc. 14,600 wethers are about starting from Northampton Downs, in the obaige of Mr. Onnsby, sold to Dalbj buyers.
COLONIAL MARKETS. B[?]BANE, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
COLONIAL MARKETS. Bbibbahb, July 2. ' Monshan & Hajgarlh report 2200 cattle yarded this week. 290 were sold. The trade are tally supplied, sad Bales are dull. Best bullocks £8 10/- to £3 16/-; medium down to £2 2/6. Sheep ore quoted at fully 1/6 lower. Merinos 7/- to 7/6, a few very prime .t 14/-; medium croBsbrebs, 10/9. " STDNET, July 1. Griffith & Weaver report SuOO cattle yarded; prioea unchanged. Beef beef, 10/- perewt. 10,000 sheep were entered, in addition to 8000 outside. Market 2/. lower. Extra prime wedders, 12/6.
Fate of the Kelly Gang. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
| Fate of the Kelly Gang. THE following telegrams received from our correspondents contain later news than that published by us last week ; and were printed in our second edition on Saturday last: SYDNEY, June 80. i Upon Jones's hotel at Glcnrowan being surrounded by the police Ned Kelly escapcd, but was afterwards cap tured. After continuous firing at the hotel the police set fire to it. Hart and Dan Kelly are supposed to have been shot, but the bodies were much burned wheu found, and whether they were killed by the police or themselves is uncertain. Their bodies were found lying side by side, Byrne nag ehot while standing at the bar drinking a glass of whisky. MRLBOCRKE, June 29. Ned Kelly was brought into town to-day, and taken out at the North Melbourne Railway Station. Thousands of persons congregated at the terminus to see the noted desperado, but the crowd at the North Melbourne station was not so large. The wounds he received arc supposed to be merely flesh wounds. MELBOURNE...
ADELAIDE. MONDAY, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
ADELAIDE. MONDAY, Julv 5. It IB stated that the Kelly family formerly resided at Pemvartliaui village, near Waternnks, in this colony. The Wrights, liho gave the Kelly gang so much support, also resided there. Both families went to Victoria when the diggings broke out. I The following telegrams appeared in our western edition of Saturday afternoon last: Lokrok, July 1. In accordance with the resolution recently arrived nt by the Cabinet, Mr, tilndstone this evening, in the House of Commons, submitted a resolution that newly-elected members of Parliament on taking their seats in the House be allowed, if desired, to make an affirma tion instead of an oath. A discussion took place, and the resolution was ulti mately carried by a majority of fifty four. BRISBANE, July 1. Very severe frosts have been experi enced here, and it is reported that the sugar crops are much affected. July 2. Tuesday July 20th is the day fixed for the opening of the Brisbane exhibi tion. The day is to be a publi...
COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. COOKTOWN. MONDAY, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. COOKTOWN. MONDAY, July 5. The captain of the mail steamer Bovren report s the discovery of a plot to seize and destroy the vessel bctirccii Singapore and Hongkong. 42 Chinese was shipped at Singapore, some of which, as the interpreter informed the captain, wore pirates. They were at once mustered and examined. Amongst their lu^nge were discovered two boxes containing burglars' tools and revolvers, also 25 packages of gunpowder with fuze attached. Seventeen of the pas sengers gave satisfactory accounts of themselves : but the remaining 25 were arrested, and handed over to the police at Hongkong, by whom the majority were recognised as old pirates.
BR1SBANE. MONDAY, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
BK1BBANE. MONDAY, JULV 5. Parliament will lie opened with the usual ollicial ccrcmony (o-tnonow by the Acting-Governor, More than usual! interest is felt about the Government programme, and a large attendance of the public is exported to bear the Go- j vernor's Speech. i Tuksimv, July 6. j No one lias yet been appointed to fill j the judgeship vacant by the death of Judge Lutwyehe, and (Le sitting of the j monthly Court ol Appeal bus been post poned until Tuesday, the 13th irist. j
Barcoo Racing Club. EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
Baxooo Booing Club. EIGHTH ANNUAL MUETING. THE eighth annual meeting of the Club hu been an unprecedented success. The quality of the horses lias been something altogether superior to what has usually been seen at our country meetings. The entries vers numer ous, auil the acceptances quite sufficient to make nil the races, with the exception of the Town Plate, wel! oontested. For the £60 weight for age race, there were only two nominations, and itoonsequently fell through. A hurdle race of 86 BOTH, was subsequently introduced to fill out the programme for the day. The weather was glorious, with just sufficient breeze to prevent the heat from lieing unpleasant. The arrangements made for the convenience of trainers, and for tie accommodation of the public, were complete, and an improvement upon last year, the sad dling paddock having been considerably en larged! The course was rather heavy owing (o the long Hpell of fine weather, and this probnMy had the effect of malting the time slo...
Great Western Downs Jockey Club. TAMBO, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
Great Western Downs Jockey Olub. TAMBO, July 6. THE following weights were declared to day for the handicaps: TAMBO HAVDIOAP, et. lbs. Beadsman Coronation Marat boo Theodore Vanguard Zingara Attraction 9 12 8 12 a e 8 0 8 0 7 12 7 10 Badical The Bard The Nob Sir Arthur Portrait DnBhman Freetrader Marathon Coronation Theodore Vanguard The Bard Attraction Claremont Cnnnoliie Friendless PI.VINO HANDICAP. fit. lbs. ... 9 0 Zineara Modchty Rlopmilk Beaver Freetrader . 9 0 . 8 12 . 8 10 . 8 7 .88 STEEPLECHASE. et. lbs. ..11 0 1 The Nob .. 10 10 I Whalebone ..10 7 st lbs. . 7 1 . 7 $ .7 0 . C 12 . 6 1 . 6 4 . 6 0 st.lbs. . 8 6 . 7 8 . 7 0 . 6 10 . 6 6 st, lbs. . 10 0 . 10 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
THE FITZROT BREWEBT, ROCK.HAMPTON, T. E. RUSSELL, Pbopeibtor. Draught and bottled ALB and PORTER of finest quality ON SALE. MACDERMOTT BROS., Agents, Rockliampton. IMPORTANT NOTICE. PUBLICANS' LICENSING ACT. PERSONS applying for PUBLICANS' LICENCES, or transfers of the some, in the district/) of Tambo, litackall, Isisford, Aramac, Muttaburra, Winton, or from any place in the Western District, arc reminded that their APPLICATIONS ABK ILLEGAL unless previously advertised three times in tiie TWO NEAREST local papers - tlie Aratfuic Mail and Wetiera Champion. The charge for three insertions is £1 6s., which must be PAID IN ADVANCE. Orders unaccompanied by remittance will uot receive attention. To the Worshipful the Justices of tlie Peace acting in and for the Police District of Blackall, iu the colony of Queensland. I JOHN NKIiSTEDT, now residing at , Douglas Ponds, in the Police District of Blackall, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the next Special Petty Sessi...
Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
Cricket Match. THIS cricket match between the town Mid country players came off last Wednesday on the ground Adjacent to the Lands office. The visitors again proved too good for llie local Tueu, who played with great ill-fortune is their fml innings. The country- team went to the wickets firs!, the local men under the direction of Mr. 1LG. Miller (captain), taking (he fioM, with liobcrtsou aud Deuchar nt the howling crea-es. The visitors com menced rather badly, the captain (Mr. E. Govctt) losing his wiekel by the first ball. Mr. F. Hipfiiiisoii wa* almost. or unfortunate, the second ball taking the centre stump. Mr. Murphy ninde the great hit of the day, send ing the ball away to long field off for five runs with on extra for the overthrow. After the eighth wicket had fallen affairs looked rather unpromising for the country team, as the score only showed 26, but upon Mr. Hancock joining Mr. Orr at the wickets, the runs were pui together pretty quickly. Threes nnd doubles followed e...
Notes from the Lower Barcoo. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
Notes from the Lower Barcoo. The tower Barcoo men mustered in strong force at Mount Marlow fixation on the even* ingot the Mthiost., keen and engcr, when tbc mettle of their favorite stockhor&c* was to ha put to the test. A capital programme Lad been drawn out, and an excellent day's sport was the result. JSvcry horse was "meant" to win if lie cotild, and if be was not quite good enough his owner took his defeat like a man! and registered a mental vow that either his old burse should be brought out a little fatter next year, or a more worthy youngster picked out among the colts that should win back the laurels that bad been lost- These arc the kind of race meetings that all can enjoy, owner*, manager*, aud men alike-a few days snatched from the dull routine of Btation life to take pari iu good honest sport, productive of goodfellowsliip and none but honorable rivalry. This was the second meeting of the Lower llnrcoo Racing Club, the first having been held Inst year at Wcl fo...
ARAMAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 July 1880
AHA MAC. Police Magistrate-T. B. Sword. Post and Telegraph Master-W. H. Morison. Line Kcpnirer-G. J. Cosgrovc. Divisional Hoard: W. Looker, J. T. Tilbury, S. W. Donner. S;ste School Teacher Police-Sergeant in charge: M'Donough. Queensland National Bank-Manager, W. Fulton; Accountant, J. Hollis. Medical Practitioner-Dr. Spark. Aramac Jockey Club-W. J. Gardiner, hon. Secretory. Auctioneer!-;-F. W. Kingston, 6. Sharwood ; J. T. Tilbury. Storekeepers-Thompson & Cushion ; Tilbury It Co.; Schneider & O'Brien ; J. Farrell. Hotels-lloysl-(7. Porter; Aramac, W. J Kingston ; Albion, W. B. Bteel. Chcmikl-J. Hughes. Blacksmith-a. Porlcr. Bootmaker-D. O'Brien. SvMler-C. Mocser. Bulcliere-Burgoyuc & Vines. Painter-H, Burley. Ncwpiijicr Proprietor-W. J. Hod da. Stock and Station Agents-Tilbury & Co., S. Sharwood. Watchmaker-a. Beichenbach.