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COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. BRISBANE. MONDAY, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. BRISBANE. MONDAY, .Inly 19. A large number of people are in town j for tbc Exhibition, which is expected to be a great success. The horses were judged to-day. The prize for the best blood horse was awarded to Laureate by Ace of Clubs out of Poetess, by Top sail. Bred in 18G9 by Mr. John EvatiB of Victoria, and now in the stud at Jim hour. The second prise was given to Sir Bcrcules. The prize for the best blood horse under four years was taken by Lord Clifden, bred by Messrs. Bell & Sons, by Lord of the Hills out of Legend (imp). The champion prize of the yards was also given to thi6 colt. The first prize in blood mares, to whom was also given the champion prize, waB taken by Mr. E. Monahan'e Romula. In the heavy draught class the prize waB taken by Mr. Swain's Australian Cham pion. The cattle will be judged to-day.
TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
TAWRfV Polioe Magistrate: F. B. Hyde. Post Office.-Poet and Telegraph Master; - J. Brenuan. Afisfstant: F. Haddington. Line Bcpaircr: 3. G. Wilide. Divisional Board : T. Hamilton, J. T. Allen, S. D. Harries. Primvj Softool-tiaehers : J. O'Bynto tod Hiss O'Uyrnc. Poundkeepcr: E. D. Harriet. QiecmUod National Bank.-Manager: -, Smart. Accountant: A. J. A. Moody. BoepitaL-Sniffeon: Dr. P. E. Alessandri; Secretary: A. J. A. Moody. Qrjat Western Downt Jockey Club.-Hon. fleoretaiy: B. D. Harries. Storekeepers-M. H. Bilton It Sons, H. T. Walsh. Hotels-Boyal Onrmngarra, P. Phillips; Commercial, H. T, Walsh; Telegraph, D. HuUwtn; Live and I*>t lire, D, C. Milne; Jtambo, Goon Yek, Auctioneer and Commission Agent-E. D. Harries, Batchers-Brodhauer ft Co., Wright k. Jones, Saddler-J. Madigan. Tailor-Magnus Landgren, Watchmaker-8. Berlyn. Cabinetmaker-B. Provis, Blackamithg-7-J. Morrissty, 0. Bradhaner. Hoirdressei^-F. Morrison. Bakers-Ah Lay, Jimmy It. Look.
COMMERCIAL. COLONIAL MARKETS. BRISBANE, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
COMMERCIAL. COLONIAL MARKETS. Bbisbane. July 16. Monahan It Haygarth report the c&ttle market slightly more active. Bert bullocks, £1 6/-; medium, £B 10/-. There is a fair demand for sheep. Crosabreds, 12/- to 14,' A few very prime, 21/-; merinos, 9s. to 12/-. ljaige quantities of cattle are going from here to the Bamornie Meat Preserving Works, having been purchased at 10/6 per cwt. SXDNET, July 16. Griffith & Weaver report: Week's supply of cattle, 1900, besides a heavy Bupply of carcasses. Bent bullocks, £6 6/-: medium, £8 10/-. 12,600 sheep entered; best wed dera, 12/-; medium, 10/-. MELBOURNE, July 16. Powers, Rutherford it Co. report: 2100 cattle yarded. Pricas up 10/-. 11,000 sheep yarded ; prices 1/- lower than yesterday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
&. E. PIERS, SOLIOIXOB AND PROCTOB, Bumuu. F. CLEWEIT'S v \*/ HOLESALE ft BETAIL GENERAL tf tV biobes, ii, BLACK ALL. QV Luge and varied stock always on hand. 5~ MONAHAN&C0!i AUOTIONBBR8, BTOGK, STATION, AND Cohhusioh " * AGENTS, WINE AND SPIRIT HEBCHANTS, BLACKALL. jg D. H A B B I E 8, Avonorat, STOCK, STATICS, aw> Qjsmhuii Coiaamox AGENT, . T A M B O. E. G. OLEN, SADDLE AND HABNE68 MAKER, BLACKALL. TBB Latgost Stock of 8addlerj in the Western District. 0. W. DOLINd, (SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER, nnroui. RE ID BBOTHEBS, BLACK6MITH6, WBEELWBIGHTB, AND BUILDEBB, ; BLACKALL. Comitty Ordara promptly attended to. ; CMYTONA WOSEALl^ BUILDEB& C0NTBACT0R8, ANT) GENERAL CARPENTERS, "'""Hi Plans sod specifications prepared, and .Utimatea given. SAMUEL STEPHENS, BLACKSMITH AND wjieelweight, 'Opposite . . WttTK&K Vowxe CLUB HOTEL, BLACKALL. A largo rapply of American timber for buggy ipokcn and felloes always on hand. Oonntjy Orders punctually attended! to. J. S...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKALL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BliACKALL, Wednesday. We were favored with some nice showers on Thursday, nearly half as inch of rain having fallen in the neighborhood of the town. Much needed rains have been experi enced down the riverfor around Isisford the country had presented a very parched ap pearance and the holes were nearly dried up. From our exchanges we learn the rains were general along the Central Eailway. We hear of no stock movements. Shearing is in full swing at Malvern Hills, and several other stations commence next week, NEVILB k Co., Stock and Station Agents, Blackall, report :-Stations.-The demand has very much improved of late for all kinds of station property, and we bare during the week placed under offer two large station properties. Fat Stock.-Cattle : Mo move ments to report. Sheep : A mob are about starting from Terrick station, sold to Dalby buyers, Mr. Healey in charge. Horse mar ket.-At our weekly sale we sold several backs up to £6, and a lot of sundries at ...
ISISFORD—WITTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
I8ISF0UD-WITTOWN. I police Magistrate and C.P.B.: H. B, Cough. Offloer in charge of Police: Ben. Constable Johnson. , " " _ Assistant Registrar BirthB and Deaths-H. B. Gotigh. Postmaster: J- Whitman. Divisional Board: E. Govett, B. Oojy, D. Old. pgandkeeper: U B. Asbbj. ^ Westward Ho I Jockey Club.-Secrctaty: J, A. Marshall; Treasurer, J. Whitman. Hotel»-Westward Ho, .). McDonnell; Ted dinirtoin, Wylie & Dorrian. . Storekeepers-VfA J. WJiitman, J. A. Mar ? shall it Co. Auctioneer sod OomDuBsioii Agent! u Jti Asbty* Blacksmith and Wheelwright-J. Swan. Butchers-\V. & J. Whitman. Baddlers-Hose k Cowan; Thomas & Bor bidge. Cabinetmaker-A. Alexander.
WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL. Polioe MagistrateII. A. Banking. Magistrate to consent to the marriage of minora-J. C. Higglnion. Govt, Medical Officer.-Dr. C. I. Mornn. Land Office.-Commissioner: V, Dcsgrand. Recording Clerk; i>. Bedford. Local Police.-Hub-Inspector: J. Ahern. Native Police.-Inspector: K.Murray. Hub Inspectors : A. Douglas, H. P. Kaye B.Eglinton, Inspectors of Brands.-Mitchell: J, Altera; Gregory: A. Douglas. Town Council: P. O'Malley, Mayor ; Alder men W. Lynch) B. G. Olen, T. Murphy, S. Stephens; W. H. Campbell, Town Clerk. Divisional Board: F. Clewett, W. II. David eon, i. C. Higginson. W. II. Campbell, E. Ashbourne, Geo. Johnstone. Post and Telegraph Office.-Postmaster: C. B.Augstein. Line licpaircr: J.G.Quinn. Primary School Teacher-W, H. L. Campbell. Anglican Church,-Incumbent: Kev. P.O. Kinghan, Poundkeepor: J. Honahan. Registrar of Marriages; W. H. L. Campbell. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: A. Ulcoq. Accountant: R. 0. Miller. Barcoo Pastoral S...
SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. July 21 and 22.-Great Western Downs Jockey Club Annunl Mooting at Tambo. Nominations, Juno 21«t; weights, July GtU; ncrcptnams, July Hub, night of general eniry. July 29, SO.-Worrego Baring Club-Annaa) Meeting. Nomiimtions, June 16; weights, June 26 ; acceptances, July Hi. August 4 and 6.-l'eak Downs Turf Club Annual Meeting. Nominations, Handicap, July 10; weights, July IB; acceptances, July September 1 and 2.-The Galway Jockey Club Anniml Meeting. Nominations, July 1st; weight!;, August 1st; acceptances (night of general entry) August 31st. The Tmubo races commence to-morrow, and 1 liu doubt there will be a veiy liugc gathering ol ritnii-ir, several having ahead,v left Black all and Initfoitl to be ptcscnt at tbe Meeting. The course of evcuts at Dlacknll and Attunac lias given tbe handieappcj® a good opportu nity to adjust tbe weights according to tlte merits of the horses, though we fancy Van guard has been 1st in rather too light. Tlie some ...
BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
BRISBANE AFFAIRS. JTBOM OOB SPECIAL COEBEBPOKDENT. July 9. WE mo in tho mirtdlo of it, Parliament opened onTuesday with the usual ceremonial. An unusually laigo crowd of logins occupied the floor ol tho Council Chamber, sitting in .very spare corner, and even having rents on t o balcony outside, and looking through tlie windows. I can asmre you that it was quite a pretty sight, and I deeply regret that I have not the pen of the Courier society man to give your lady renders a faint idea of the gacue, Wis. Bell, I know, looked mognili O int iu some wonderful arrangement of violet *:ittn puffed and slashed in a marvellous way, Hid. M'llwraitli'e dress was probably oven more completely the correct tiling, but to the un discriminating eye of one ignorant of mil linery, she appeared to be comparatively plainly dresBcd. Lieutenant Governor Boll "went through the oercmony well. When he arrived at that part of the Bpeoch which re ferred to a change in the marringe laws, he dropped his voice ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
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Sporting Notes from the Metropolis. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. BRISBANE, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
Sporting Notes from tLo Metropolis. FUOM ODE BPEC/AL COUBES'MNDBS'r. Beisbanu. Jlllv 9. We are getting on villi our mcing season, nod in a t>boii'tiuic we blmll be able to ka; that we have Marled a fredi one, for in Aus tiidin there can be said to be no iccesa, !)q&lt;l from month to month, week to week, Miruiner nnd winter, spoiling luen con tdwnys And tomeliiing wherewith to occupy their alien lion, Since last I H'Jule Hie principal fix tures which lmve lnkcn place in our circuit ii m Uio Toowoomba and Dnlby ones, about which a word or two will not lie out of plncc. At J'oowdonilm a mast questionable t rantoetion occnircd, which can linrdly be loo ntioiigly fpoken of. Major wa« heavily hacked to pull oil the two handicaps, nnd eddiy enough (or some day* pluvious to the' rnco- several of tiic bonks hecincd never tiled of wriling " two Mnjois j-' no npparent was tliis Dial most of the knowing ones began to euxpect Uittt something was up, nntl fought Kjmuwliat bliy of what...
SYDNEY. MONDAY, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
SYDNEY. Mondat, July 19. j The heaviest fall of snow ever known in Braidwood occurred to-day. The snow is a foot deep in the town, and all business is suspended in consequence. Heavy snow storms have also been ex perienced at Goulbnrn. The following telegram) appeared ill our western edition of Saturday afternoon last: LONDON, July 6. Tom Taylor, dramatic author and editor of Punch died to-day, aged 68. j LONDON, July IS. A coal mine near Newport, Sooth Wales, has been the scene of a fearful explosion. The accident occurred early in the morning, at which time there were a large number of men on the works. It lias been ascertained that 119 persons hare perished, but it is unknown at present whether any in the mine escaped. BRISBANE, July 14. On Wednesday, in the Assembly, the Premier moved that the House at its next sitting resolve itself into a Com mittee of the Whole to consider whether the mail contract for a through steam service between London and Brisbane be ratified, as the ma...
CORRESPONDENCE. STONEY POINT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
CORRESPONDENCE. STONEV POINT. TO THE EDITOR. SIB,-A correspondent of yours lately called our township a 11 one horse " affair. Well, that amy be bis idea, but I fancy we have put another animal into the vehicle lately. Just drop in one of these days and leok at the Western Star Hotel; you will be sur prised to see sucb a well got up place in these outlandish regions. As to the talk about one store telliug out, it was all talk and nothing else. Among other signs of the high state of civilisation at which we have arrived nay be mentioned the charges of the tradesmen, which, at least, are quite up to the Sydney and Melbourne standard. A blacksmith charge* 10s. for fitting into a revolver an article supposed to be a screw, but which proves to be an iron plug with a screw head. Leather goods suggest a rise in cattle; for new knee pads on a saddle' worth 4g. cost about £8. How's that for high ? Meat can be purchased in the snmc locality for 4d. a pound, a fair price considering that squat...
Blackall Police Court. THURSDAY, JULY 8. (Before R. A. Banking, Esq., P.M.) ASSAULTING A FEMALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 21 July 1880
Blackall Police Court TBCBSSDAT, JOLT 8.' (Before B. A. Banking, Esq., P.M.) ASSAULTING A FEMALE. Henry Metcalf pleaded not guilty to flj charge of assaulting Eliot Sunn. Complainant deposed that she bed beat cohabiting with prisoner for U years. On the evening of the 7th inst. they were camped near BlackalL She was sitting by the fire -when prisoner called her over to the dray, and he commenced sparring at her. She went back to the fire, and prUbner knocked her down twice, kicked her, gave her a severe blow over the eye with his fist, and consider ably injured her left arm. William Howlin deposed that he was a duly qualified medical practitioner. Eliza Dunn was examined by him. He found bet suffering from abrasions and contusions ot scalp with considerable swelling, and also on arm. 6he was suffering great pain. From the present state of complainant's health, he considered a severe blow from prisoner's fist might endanger her life. Fined £10, and £2 2s. costs; in rtpfmilf, one mont...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 28 July 1880
^ih* Peak Downfl^Turf Club. PnBalDENT: HENRY WELD-BLUNDELL, ESQ. Vicb-Pbebident : ALFRED HENEY, ESQ. Stewards: HENRY CON KAN, ESQ. HKNRY B. K0GKR8-HAKRISON, ESQ. THOMAS HATFIELD, ESQ. GEORGE FAIRBAIRN, ESQ. JAMES M'UOUMACK, ESQ. ANDREW SMALL, Esq. HENRY SALMON, Eng. Tbbabuber: D. MAYNE, ESQ. SECKETAKr: E. F. CRAVEN, ESQ. SECOND ANNUAL MEETING will lie licld ou the CLEUMONT COURSE oil the 4TU and CTH AUGUST, 1880. FIRST DAY. 1. MAIDEN PLATE, of £60; lj mile*; wuight for age. Entrances up to 8 p.m., August 2nd. Penalty for winning after entry, oncc 41bs.; twicc 71bs. 2. PEAK DOWNS TURF CLUB HANDI CAP, a sweep of £5 from oil acceptors, with £100 added ; second hone to receive £10 from the prize; 2 miles. Entrance to clo.se at 8 p.m. oil the lOlh Jul;; declara tion weights 16th July; acceptances, 24th July. £1 with nomination, which will be the only amount forfeited. En trance money on acceptance, balance of sweep on night of general eutiy. S. SELLING STAKES of £10, with a sweep of ten ...
The Western Champion. Vita sine literis mors est. BLACKALL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 28 July 1880
Vita tint Uteri* mart at. BLAOKALL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28. THE star of the BEBBV Gang is again in the ascendant, and once more the countiy is delivered into their hands. Victoria has already suffered eo much from the reign of terror inaugurated by the Gang, that it might be supposed the colony mold have rejoiccd in their down Call, and deprived them for ever of the chance of again navigating the ship of State. But it has been just the other tray. The SEBVICE Ministry came into power directly after the formation of the tenth Parliament of Victoria, and when the people of the colony were really becoming frightened at the oontinaed vagaries and wild policy of the BERET Gang. The first legislation of the new Government was the Reform Bill, care fully drafted with a view to dealing with the obnoxious deadlocks which have BO often occurred in the colony, to the re tarding of public buBuogB, and the dis organisation of the Lover Honse. But Mr. SERVICE'S Bill was not sufficiently Liberal to pl...