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RAKING IN THE DOLLARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

BAKING IN THE DOLLARS. WE do not know bow much the promo^^H the ball in aid of the School of Arts at In^H dino netted, but at YVinton the hospitan^M was a great success. Tbe ladies obtauB money to pay all expenses, and in addition h9 the pleasure of handing to the hospital conn mittce the sum of £60, which, added to Gov ernment endowment, will benefit the funds to the extent of £160.

DISAFFECTION AMONG CARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

DISAFFECTION AMONG CARRIERS. CONSIDERABLE disoussion has taken place in Barcaldine within tho last two days over oertain matters in cannootion with wool loading, and tho result has been that some lijiont members of / the CEITF^^^UEENS ind Cafrigra' Union liave that Associal resignations wero sent!

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

1892. ' 1892. ' BARCALDINE CENTRAL RACING CLUB. (Registered with Q.T. Club). ANNUAL-MEETING, "Wednesday and Thursday, August 3rd and 4th. ADDED MONEY: £650. PRESIDENT : VICE-Pbbsidbnts : W. H. CAMPBELL, ESQ. J. A. M'ARTHUB, Eso., J. K. CUDMORE, ESQ. TREASURER : ARTHUR PARNELL, Esq. COMMITTEE : Mr. S. Fairbaibn Mr. O. BANCKE Mr. R. NICHOLSON 3. Cbokin J. ARTHUR J. LLOSD-JOKES E. A. PEEL E. P. HOME PROGRAMME. SECOND SAT. First Race, start at It noon. HURDLES HANDICAP, of £50; about z miles, over 8 hurdles about 3ft. 6in. high. Second horse to receive £5 from the prize. Nomination £1, acceptance £110s. Second Bace, start at 12'45p.m. SECOND CORINTHIAN HANDICAP, of £40; 1£ miles. Same conditions as First Corin tliian. Nomination 10s., acceptance £110s. LUNCH. Third Bace, start at 2'30 p.m. RAILWAY HANDICAP, of £100; 14 miles; second horse to receive £10 from t£e prize; tliird horse £5. Winner of B.C.R.C. or Fly ing Handicap to cariy a penalty of 71b., or of both handicaps, 101b. Nominat...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

B. Central Racing Club. Auction Sale of Privileges. T"HE Grazing Right to the Barcaldine I Racecourse Paddock for tho ensuing 12 months, commencing July 21st next, will be sold by public auction, at the Seoretaxy b Office, on WEDNESDAY, the 20th instant, atAlflO, at same time and place, the right to Publicans' Booths and Fruit Stall at ensuing Annual Meeting. CH^g_ DOWNES, 5_G Secretary. JOHN D. HUGHES, Registered, Bookmaker, BLACKALL, HAS the following Double Event Books open I Barcaldine C.R. Club and Railway Handicaps, £100 to £5 to £3. Barcaldine C.R. Club and Flying Handicaps, £100 to £5 to £8. Rockhampton and Port Curtis Handicaps, £25 to £2. | Victoria Derby A Melbourne Cup, £200 to £4 to £2. Caulfield and Melbourne Cups, £J00 to 10s., or, THREE picks for a sovereign. Melbourne Cup straight out, Sydney market odds. . J.D.H. will be at Blackall from 16th to 23rd j I inst.; at Barcaldine from 24th inst. to 6th of I August. ' I 5-6 Telegrams promptly replied to. Jericho Jockey d...

THE BROKEN HILL STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

THE BROKEN HILL STRIKE. From the Rookhampton Bulletin. THE strike at Broken Hill is the direct result of the maritime strike, which had ull Australasia Cor its field, and the shear ing strike, which was confined to this colotiv, though its results were just as great ? and fai-reaching in the other colonies as here. The ship owners, wharf owners, and station owners by these struggles obtained the exercise of the liberty granted them by the law to employ whom they chosc, and the men who had not heroine the bondsmen of the Unions obtained the liberty, also granted by the law, to work in peace at their several avocations. Now the mine owners of Broken Hill are making a bid for the same freedom ; and once again, it is lamentable to notice, the unionist leaders are striving against this ele mentary condition of civil liberty-that masters shall be free to employ whom they may, and men shall be free to serve whoin tliey may without molestation, or the tear of it. The wonder is that the empl...

MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

MISCELLANEOUS. A SQUATTER in this district, says the Glad stone Observer of Tuesday lust, litis just re ceived the satisfactory intelligence that a mob of bullocks sent to Lake's Creek to be frozen netted him the handsome return of £510s. per head in the London market. This is more encouraging than another piece of information we gathered from a private letter received here from a friend on the Dawson, which was to the effect that for a mob of 400 bullocks, sent away to one of the southern colonies, he received the magnificent return of 14s. per bead net! A CORRESPONDENT of the Toowoomba Chronicle says:-Ever since the Premier uttered his memorable protest against the proximity of Mr. Glassey and his friends, an attempt has been made by Mr. Smith, the member for Bowen, and Mr. Smyth to oust the Labor Party from the front Ministerial cross-benches. Formerly, Mr. Brake oc cupied a seat on this bench, but when the newly-elected member for Bundaberg took his seat with his colleagues, the...

CAPRIC0RNICUS IN JERICHO. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

CAPRIC0RNICU8 IK JERICHO. TO THE EDITOR. 8m,-The reoent visit of Mr. Orchard, the Hargpoolnah Divisional Board's offioer, to Jericho, was not the Wflafag fn ffli_ Motions of the community it appears to have been to your correspondent, and many fer vently express a hope that it may be another four years, or as much longer as he chooses, before he again pats in an appearance. After completing the " very much needed improve ments" to the footpaths opposite the premises of our leading townsmen, he paid a visit to the dwellings of oar humbler citizens, but not to fill up dangerous holes in their neigh borhood-they can do that themselves-but to give them an opportunity to pay for the improvements elsewhere. He was armed with the by-laws of his Board, No. 13 of whioh enacts that every resident within the boundaries of a reserve under the control of Board shall have the right to depasture not more than ten head of horses, two cows, and two goats, for which they shall pay one pound, ten shil...

CORRESPONDENCE. WE do not endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents. The columns of this paper are open to our subscribers for the ventilation of grievances the discussion of matters affecting the community, and for the publication of letters possessing public interest. Personalities strictly excluded. THE EMANCIPATION OF LABOR. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

CORRESPONDENCE. WE do not endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents. The columns of this paper are open to our anbncribers forthe ventilation of grievances the discussion of matters affecting the community, for the publication of letters possessing public interest. Personalities strictly excluded. THE EMANCIPATION OF LABOR. TO THE EDITOR. SIB,-A hu£e giant- lies stretched upon the ground sleeping; he has Iain there for centuries; he is bound with flimBy cords. Through the deep silence comes a thrilling trumpet blast, and through the silence a voice is heard: " Awaken, your freedom is at hand." The sleeping giant turns, he snaps his bonds, he springs to his feet erect in his massive strength. He. knows his power ; he is free. No more like a common ohattel to be hawked about, to be bought and sold in the lowest market. He knows his strength ; he stands before the world for the first time an organised political power. Such is the pre sent position of labor at the close of th...

A.J.C. Spring Meeting. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. FROM OUR OWN CORESSPONDENT. SYDNEY[?] Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

A.J.G. Spring Meeting. BT ELECTRIC TELEGBAPH. FBOM OUE OWN OOEEB3PONDENT. Stone*. Mondav Evening. : THE following entries were declared this i afternoon: | EPSOM HANDICAP.-Elymas, Donizetti, Dare Devil, Quadrant, Stromboli, Impulse, Win ton, Silver Knight, Warwick, Victor Hugo, Lady Lovel,. Coy, Time, Penanoe, Lady Mildred, Alexander, Helene, Alchemist, Argos, E.K., Fernando, Bradley, Atlas, Mignos, Trieste, Lilmoro, Workman, Play mate, Ermine, The General, Insignia, Pilot Boy, Shamrock, Belgiorno, Binds, Refuse, Bedtime, Dutch Hoe, Nesfeld, Buenulf, Amber, Queen, Babel, Mascara, Plot, Au tonomy, Bungebah, Paris, Marvel, Denton, Hero, Denman, Utter, St. Blaize, Kooka burra, Luna, Bendigo, Tallboy, Carlist, Tri dentine, Arquebus, Neptune, Isaac, Crusoe, Wandsworth, Bodkin, Glitter, Dan O'Connor, Candour, Meteorite, VeBpasia, Affiance, Clatham, Blueblood, Scintilla, Alcides, New castle, Gnaroo, Cumino, Spy Glass, Oxide, Cardoness, Swell, Florrie, Sternchaser, Aurelios. JTETEOPOLITAW S...

Racing at Melbourne. [BY Electric TELEGRAPH.] FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

Boeing at Melbourne. [BY Eleoteio TELEOBArH.] FROM ODE OWN CORRESPONDENT. Melboubnb, Sunday. TEE V.K.C. Grand National Meeting was held at Flemington yesterday, with the following results: HUBDLES-Havilah, 1; Bunda, 2 ; Cam beroona, 3. Fifteen started. Won easily in 4min. Ojseo. Two YEAB OLD HAXDIOAP.-Insomnia, 1; Brother ton, 2; Erith, 3. Eleven others started. Won by a length in lmin. 19sec. MAIDEN STEEPLECHASE. - Egyptian, 1; Stockwell, 2. Only the two horses were plaoed. Seven others started, but fell during the race. Won by 100 yards in 4min. 33jsoc. GRAND NATIONAL HUBDLES. -Redleap, 1; Fire King, 2; Donald, 3. Twenty-three started. Betting 4 to 1 against Donald; 8 to 1 Redleap; 20 to 1 Fire King. Won by two lengths in 5min. £8fsec. WHITES HANDICAP.-Newman, 1; Lap stone, 2; Graduate, 3. Seventeen started. Won by a neck in 2min. 13|sec.

SPORTING RACING EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

RACING EVENTS TO COME. Eookhampton Jockey Club Annual Meeting, July 20. 21. Barealdine Central Racing Club. August 3,4. Lont-'reach Jockey Club, August 24, 25. Jund.ili, August 30,31. THE general opinion concerning' the handi caps made by Messrs. Peterson and Nolan for Barealdine, is that the adjustment is remark ably even. Some of the horseowners do not coucur in this estimate, but then they never do. Criticism of the handicaps is deferred to next week. The racing at Clermont last' week was good and pleasant throughout. The Bareal dine stable pulled off the double, and annexed more spondulex from Peak Downs. The horseowners there don't seem to do well by their little ventures. The big gun Satellite, is their estimate of class in a racehorse, but the big gun is not a Carbine, and ho does not go off, or rather he goes off too much when he's most wanted. It is said that Beche-de mor ought to have won tho two-mile, for which he was favorite, but the owner reckoned Accepted good enough,...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

longreach State School. A CHILDREN'S Fl&in and Fancy Dress BALL, tn aid of the State School Build ins Fund, will be held In the Longreach Hall on WEDNESDAY EVENING, the 2th July, to be followed by a Ball for adults. Wimtcil. tift6?00 MACH*NE SHEARERS for t T' "arenya Station, Hughenden district, bo start shearing 1st August. ' Apply the MANAGER. Wanted, QHED OVERSEER for Ambo for tkis . Rearing. Apply, stating salary re quired ana enclosing1 references, to the MANAGER, ' Ambo, Longreach. Shearing. C! HE ARING will commence at Ambo about the 15th August, 1892. 6-7 WINTER, NEWTON & CO. Notice. SHEARING commences at Comongin, Bulloo River, about Uth August. SUndB will be kept for any of last season's shearers ap plying in time. Ml MACLEAN, BARKER & CO. Shearing; Notice. SHEARING will commence at TARA on the 22nd August. Tne roll will be called on SATURDAY, the 20th August. 5-0 CUDMORE & SONS. WOOX.CZ. A.SSXNG. AN experienced Woolclasser or Shed Man ager,...

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

VJOTOUIA. MELHOUENB, Saturday. Tfae full amount £233,000 fixed as bonuseB on butter in Victoria cannot bo paid owing to the depression. At a meeting' of bankers yesterday the subject of reducing rate of interest on fixed deposits to four per cent, was mentioned, but, owing to the fact that Queensland, Tasmania, and New Zealand had adhered to their special rates, nothing was done. Yesterday Sir Graham Berry was served with a writ for illegally sitting and voting in the Assembly. Writ gives no particulars as to the grounds of the objection. Lord Sheffield has, owing to many difficul ties, abandoned the idea of bringing out another English cricket team next year. Monday Evening. Parliament reassembles Tuesday. The Victorian Mutual Building and In vestment Society suspeudedpayment on Satur day owing to heavy withdrawals by deposi tors. The witnesses examined by the Chamber of Manufactures with regard to the demand for increased protection aver that to make several industries pay, duties...

The Miners' Strike at Broken Hill. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

The Miners' Strike at Broken Hill. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [BY ELECTBIO TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY. Friday. FIFTY members of the South Australian Mounted Infantry have been Beat from Ade laide to lJroken Hi/1 by the South Australian Government, at the request of the New South Wales Government. The Kline Owners' Association held their usual meeting to-day. The news received was of most disquieting character as regards the conduct of the meu on strike at the Bar rier. Matters are going from bad to worse. Daring the day the caretakers at the Proprie tary mine were forcibly taken away, by tli« crowd, and the pro|><\-ty wue virlualiy at their mercy---Jugrgss and egress to the "lines was blocked, and the officers of the mines were openly molester in the streets. At one time the unionists had gone so far as to interrupt the despatch and delivery of telegrams. Under these circumstances the mine owners sent an urgent telegram to the New South Wales Government urging the immediate d...

The English General Elections. [BY CABLE.] FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

The English General Elections. [By CABLE.] FOOM OUB OWN OOBHESPONDENT. LONDON. Friday. THE elections thus far show the position of parties as follows : Conservatives .. .. 140 Liberal Unionists .. 20 Gladstonian Liberals .. 118 Nationalists .. .. 10 Liter. The Gladstonian Liberals have secured 25 seats in the London constituencies as against U at last general elections. Mr. Gladstone is confident thac when the final batch of elections is over he will have a majority. The latest returns show the Conservatives are leading by 45. Sunday. The latest returns thus far are: Conservatives .. .. 186 Liberal Unionists .. 31 Gladstonian Liberals .. 161 Farnellites .. .. 4 McCarthyites .. .. 24 The seats gained are 13 by Conservatives, 7 by Union Liberals, 48 by Gladatonians. The Liberals have gained Northampton, Devizes, Durham, North Leeds, Stroud and Tavistock. Monday. - The elections thus far have resulted as follows:- g Conservatives f... 206 Liberal Unionists ... 30 Gladstonian Liberals ....

Labor Troubles in the United States. Battle between Strikers and Police. [BY CABLE.] FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

Labor Troubles in the United States. Battle between Strikers and Police. [BY CABLE.] FROM OOB OWN CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, Wednesday. IEONWOBKEBS on strike at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., have bad some serious fighting with the police, during which 11 men were killed. It is reported that 25 men secreted themselves on the banks of the river for the purpose of firing at the police. Several arrests were made, but not before the police had been roughly handled. Terror prevails in Pittsburgh. Thursday. During the riot at Pittsburgh, the strikers used dynamite bombs, and fired at the police, many of whom were lolled. The police there upon retaliated with rifles and revolvers, and a desperate fight ensned, which lasted for several hours, 25 strikers bring killed. Even tually, the police were reinforced, and effected the capture of several of the ringleaders. Friday. The latest from Pittsburgh, U.S., confirms the previous reports of a bloody encounter between the ptuice and the strikers....

[?] INTERCOLONIAL. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

OuU.., 1 MD ? II.HI milt SPKUIAL COltlCKSI'DNDKNTh ^llliKNSI.AN'W. BRISBANE, Thursday. A. woman named Martha Johnson, a confines in Toowoomba Gaol, was accident ally poisoned yesterday. She complained of pains in the abdomep, and the matron administered a dose of what she thought was senna, but it turned out to be carbolic acid. The unfortunate woman drank the mixture at a gulp. She died withiu half-an-hour, and before the arrival of the dootor. Fifty-throo names were added to the list of the Commission of Peace to-day, inoluding Dr. Brannigau, Jas. Kelly. A. W. Kirby and Dr. M'Kcnzie, of Mo >nt Morgan; R. Donald son, of Alpha ; Charles John James, of Bar caldine; Wm. St. John Harding and W. H. Rudd, of Rockhampton. The Torrens Creek works have just finished 8000 sheep, and have commenced on a mob of 7000 Richmond Downs Cattle. The Alli gator Creek works put through, during the past week, 500 Carpentaria Downs fat bul locks, and to-day commenced on a mob of 600 fats from Hauilah....

LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PER REUTER'S AGENCY.] LONDON, Friday. MR. MORLEY'S ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PER REUTER'B AGENCY. 1 LONDON, IVIDAY. MR. MORLEY H KLKOTCON. It has transpired that Mr. John Morley was elected by only a bore majority. ^ -. ^^^^HkuBCx's SPEECH. all recent sensational ^^^?HWrTmico Bismarck were not the of the German Government. CANADA AND AUSTRALIA. Dibbs, at a banquet lost night, in reply a speech by Sir Charles Tapper, said he Hbuld do all possible to induce the Canadian Kovernment to establish a mail and cable (service with Australia. CHILIAN SOCIETY. Serious acts of lawlessness are taking place in Chili. Murders are of frequent occurrence. DIVISION OF MOROCCO. It is reported that Great Britain, Italy and Spain have agreed to annex and subdivide Morocco. Sunday. GBEAT FIBE AT ST JOHNS. The greater portion of St Johns, New foundland, has been burned to the ground. Thousands are homeless. The damage sus tained is estimated at four millions sterling. A BOILEB EXPLOSION. The boiler of a steamer on Lake Geneva burst whilst crossing t...

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Saturday. The Premier yesterday promised a depma tiou to urge the Government to make woman hood suffrage a Government measure.

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 12 July 1892

NEW SOUTH WALES,--" -Xhasaes-efthe Eon. D. O'Connor v. Evans was concluded in the Jury Court yesterday before Mr. Justice Innes and a jury of four. The action was for an alleged libel pub lished in the Sunday Times, having reference to the plaintiff, and his connection with a transaction for the purchase of Messrs. Brown Bros, stables. No evidence was called for the defence, and Mr. Barton at once rose to address the jury. The question to be decided by the jury was, he said, whether the news paper honestly and fairly exercised the right of the public Press. He thought he should be able to show in this case that the articles were written, not for party purposes, but merely from a standpoint. It was distinctly within the right of newspapers to draw in ferences. That waB still the case, even though the inferences were unduly harsh. The whole cose, he asserted, was overshad owed by the fact thai one of the members of the firm from which the stables were bought was a member of the Legisl...

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