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The [?]sternChampion. Vita sine literis mors est. BLACKALL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11,1880. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

Ute ®stci[it ((kntgunr. Vita tine literii mm at. BLACKALL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11,1880. IT is just beginning to be understood tb At the governing spirits of the Afghan war have all along been treating the foe considerably below his deserts. The country has been regarded in the light of a second Hindustan, and its people little more formidable than tho hill tribes of India. But later events must have opened the eyes and cxcited the fears of all wlio take an interest iu the move ments of our troops in that far-off country. Our telegraphic news this month has kept us fairly posted in the course of events which are succeeding each other with great rapidity at the seat of war. After tho downfall of YAKOOB KHAH, there was cxpctienccd the almost insurmountable difficulty of obtaining for the Ameership of Cabul a Governor possessing such an army of adherents as would enable him protected by the British to retain the power placed in his hands. This man it was ulti mately decided should be the ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ISISFORD—WITTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

I6XRK0BD-MTTTOWN. Police Magistrate and C.P.6.: H. B. Gough. Officer in cliargc of Police : Ben. Constable Johnson. Assistant Bcgistrar Births and Deaths-H. B. Gough. Postmaster : J. Whitman.1 Divisional Board: B. Govctt, B. Coiy, D. Ord. I'oundkccper : L. E. Afibby. Westward Ho 1 Jockey Club.-Secretary : J. A. Mnrflinll; Treasurer, J. Whitman. Hotels-Westward Ho, .1. McDonncll; Ted dington, Wylie & Dorrioii. Rtorekcepw*-W.& J. Whitman,^. A. Mar shall & Co. Auctioneer and Commission Agent: L. E. Ashby. Blacksmith and Wheel woght-J. Swan. Butchers-W. & J. Whitman. Saddlers-HOBS 4C Cowan j Thomas & Bor bidge. Cabinetmaker-A. Alexander.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. FEOM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. LONDON. August 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTB1C TELEGRAPH. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. FEOM ODE SPECIAL COBBESPOKSENTK LONDON. Awrust 7. An official notification was published to-day confirming tbc intelligence pre viously received from India that orders hod been given to complete the evacua tion of C&bul within a week from, tbc present time. Tbc whole of the troops stationed at tlic capital, not forming a part of General Egberts' force, will be with drawn, and remain for the present at Gundarauk, which will be the limit of the new British frontier. The sudden withdrawal of tbc troops has-been much condemned by military authorities, as it leaves General Roberts no forces to fall back upon in the event of a defeat. SIMLA, August 7. General Roberts has now completed arrangements for his march upon Can dahar, and will leave Cabui with bis entire force of 10,000 men to-morrow.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. " BI-ACKAU,. Police Magistrate:-ft. A. Itaiikitip, Magihlriitc to consent to the marringe of minors-J. C, Higgintion. Govt. Medical Officer.-Dr. C. I. Moran. Land OHice.-Commissioner: V, Desgrnnd. Recording Clerk : Bedford. Local Police.-tjub-In6pccU>r: J. A hern. Native Police.-Inspector: F. Murray. Hub luspoctors: A. Douglas, H. I'. Kayo, E. Kglinton. Inspectors of Brands,-Mitclicll: J. Alicrn; Gregory : A. Douglas. Town Council: P. O'MaUev, Mayor ; Alder men W. Lynch, IS. G. Glen, T. Murphy, 8. Stephens, i". H. Ahufeldt; W. H. Curjip bell, Town Clerk. Diritional board : P. CIcjfeW, W, H. David eon, J. C. nigginson. W. 1J. Campbell, K. Ashbourne, Geo. Johnstone, Post and Telegraph Office.-Postmaster: C. J5. Augsteiii. Line Repairer: J. G. Quinn. Primary School Tcaohcr-W. n. I.. Campbell. Anglican Church.-Incumbent: ReT. 1'. J). Kingbnn. Poundkceper; J. Konahan. Jtcgistrar of Marriages : W. H. L. Campbell. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: A. Ulcoq. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. THE ENGLISH MARKETS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. LONDON, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

COMMERCIAL. THE ENGLISH MARKETS. BY XLBOTBXO TELEGRAM. LONDON. August 5. The Batik of England proportion of reserve to liabilities is given at SI per cent. Total reserve, notes and bullion, £15,500,000.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

B. X. PIEB8, SOLICITOR & PROCTOR,! MWRM. F. CLEWETT'8 WHOLBSALB fc BBTAtL GENERAL STORES, . B^ACKALL. XUGE and varied stock ALWAYS on hand, ] U0NAHA1T & OOTI AV0<N0JNSBTT8, STOCK, SRATKKK, AMD Ootaamov . AOKNTS, WINE AND 8PIBIT MERCHANTS, j . .. BLAOKALJXF. G p. H A B B I B S,| S AVCRNOVBEB, STOCK, 8TA730>,AIN>CENXKAL COMOGSION j A«HT, TAMBO. B. O- © L E N, FIADDLB AND HABNB68 MAKER, BLAOKALL. ALHB LAIGTAT STOCK OF Saddlery in TBS J M. WEATERN District | G. W. JWIUTD, SADDLE AKD HABNESS MAKER, NNNUK &B!J> BBOTHBBB, GLIAOKBHHHB^WHLTBLLWBIAHTE, ] . B U I LDE B B, BLACKALL. COCNBY Older* PROMPTLY attended to. <JLAYTON & WOBBALL, BCTTDBBS, CONTRACTORS, AKD I 4BNBBAL CARPENTER8, JSAST AND UECSFIOAUOSA PREPARED, and] ?RTFTNIH* given. I > BAMUEL STEPHENS, BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT, J 1 ' Opposite J ... Vtmgaxs DOWKB CUJB HOTEL, , BLACK ALL, " " k LAIJ[E »*J>PW OT American timber for I ' FL>OILFE« AND IDLOEI ALWAYS GNL...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKALL, Wednesday, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

STOCK AND STATION REPORT. j BLACKALL, Wednesday, 1 Nanus £00., Stock and Station Agents, Blaekdl, report for the week endtog Aug. XOth:-12,000 ewes, Messrs. Nixon & Co., passed on the 8th instant, Mr. H. H. Button in charge. Horee market.-Hacks difficult to obtain; good demand {or same. BpiBBUHS.-Scott- and Uaogregor report for week ending July 29, as follows:-Fat Sheep.-About 2100 yarded. Prices ranged from 8/6 to 18/-. We sold * draft of good weighty wethers at IS/-, inferior quality at' 9/-. Fat GatUe.-Market supplied with 186 head, which were cleared at from £217/6 to £4 2j- for bullocks, 87/6 to AS 12/6 for cows. Sinoe our last report we have sold a flock of .tore wethers, lightly woollod, at 6/-, 2 Here ford balls at £<6 each, the ooarfitng stallion " Selector" at 50 gs, besides several backs withdrawn from «nction at the Exhibition tales. Stations^-We have numerous inqnirifes for station properties. Friends who wish to aell Should supply us with particulars...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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COLONIAL MARKETS. BRISBANE, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

COLONIAL - MARKETS. BRIBBAHB. August «. Monahan It Haygartb report:-The supply of fat stock this week mi very email, the quality being indifferent. Business is un usually dull. Only Gt cattle were yarded, fcaost of which were merely stores and they were withdrawn. 860 sheep were penned. Best merino wethers were sold at IS/-; medium, 9/- to 10/-. The market is likely to be bare of good cattle for some time. 8TDNEV, Angut C. Griffiths and Weaver report 1400 cattle yarded. Prices improved 10/-. Prime bol locks £6. 11,000Bheep were yarded. Prime 4 weddere, 12/6; market firm. Melbodbm*, August 5. Sing, Cunningham & Co. report 1600 cattle yarded. Prices have improved 10/-. Best bullocks are fetching £8 to £9, and a few at £10. 8500 sheep were sold; prices 1/-1 better. Best merinos, 18/- to 11/6.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

IMPOUNDINGS. TMPOUNDED at Isisford, on July >*-, 10th, 1680, from Ruthvcn, by ordei of J. Hugh Moor, Usq. Driving expenses, 3s. id. per Lead. 208. Bed Cow, like 4HL over GC1 near ramp, piece out near ear. Bed Heifer Calf at foot. 209. (Strawberry Cow, N near ribs, HH near loiu, piece out bottom near ear. White Heifer Calf at foot. . 210. Bed Cow, JR7 off ribs, P7Y near.ribs, piece out off ear. Ktrawberiy Heifer Oalf at foot 211. Bed and White Spotted Steer, tFF near rump, pieoe out off ear. 212. Boan Steer, like Jfi conjoinod near rump, near ear slit. 218. Bed Bullock (worker), MH (conjoined) M over CS near ribs, C over M near shoulder, top off off ear. 214. Bed Bullock (worker) M- over 0 near ribs, 5 near rump, piece off top of near car. 216. Bod and White Bullock, HH1 over blotch near rump, piece out bottom near ear. 216. Bed Cow, MOO over 776 near ribs, near ear split. Bed Heifer Calf at foot. 217. Bed <3ow, white bade, like TR off rump. Bed aud Wliite Heifer Calf a...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notes on Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

Notes on Current Events. THE price of carriage from Emerald to Blackall, which n few months ago on down to £G, lias now risen to £13, with evrry prospect of n further ripe. A few days* heavy rain would be gladly welcomed on the Barcoo. The three Gmces, proprietors of Buthven Station, arrived in Blnckall by the last coach on a tour of inspection.' | Mr. Jcllctt and bis sons, from Victoria, arc on the Barcoo, trying to purchase a run. I Berry is driving all the capitalists out of the colony he governs. Green dale Station woulxl have found a purchaser this week, but it iB too close to the resumed lands to please capitalists.' . Dr. Browne, who was formerly the surgeon of the Tombo Hospital, is now practising at Charlev'llc. Queensland Punch, says Macrossan's tran slation of Pro bono publico is ?' steal all you can from the public purse." This savours of steal railleiy. It is estimated that 21,000 tons of goods arc sent annually from Bockhampton to the Barcoo. The new Member for the Loi...

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Hughenden Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

Hughenden Races. THE annual meeting of the Hughenden Jockey Club seems to hare been quite a failure, tho short time during which the pro gramme was advertised giving the owners of horses very little time to make their arrange ments. Our correspondent at Hughenden eaya the meetingon'the 7th and 9th July was a very one aided affair. The Uaidcn Plate was (he only good race, the others being contested principally by horses all entered by the same owner. The events were decided as follows MAIDEN PLATE, 26 sovs ; 1} mites; w.f.a. Mr. J. Wyatt's ch g Lightfoot (Gerrard) 1 " P. Taylor's g m Greysking (Taylor) 2 " Fletcher's gg Reformation (Moore) 8 The three raced well together all the way, and coming into the home turn were running neck and neck. Here the whips came into play, and Gerrard managed to push the chest nut to,the front and won cleverly by a length. ConiKTHIAN 6TAKKS, 16 BOV8.; 1J miles. Mr. Craig's g g Forester ... ... 1 " " br g Sambo ... ... 2 This of course wos% walk over fo...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

H, G. ARMSTRONG, M.P.S. (Late head dispenser to tlie Ballarat Hospital) PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, Impobteb OF Snn, CfcamlcaU, SmglM1 BnnOrUm, and Ktdlml Apparatus, THAR60MINDAH, QUEENSLAND, "REGS to announce to the inhabitants -*-* of Biackall and district that lie has opened at the above town. Teeth carefully extracted and stopped. Prescriptions accurately dispensed. Orders by post dispatched punctually by return mail. L. BACCHI, BLACKAI.L. L B. begs to intimate that lie is tbe - authorised agent for all tie beat Colo nial Newspapers and Magazines, and rcocive Advertisements and Subscriptions for them at the local rates of the papers. Colonial Newspapers received and des patched by every mail; English Newspapers every fortnight; English ifagazines monthly.' Subscriptions token for any Colonial or| Foreign Newspaper. The following list comprise many of the best-known Journals and Periodicals: Year Quarter Queenslander 21 0 C 6 Capricoraian 21 0 6 6 Week 10 6 3 0 Australian SO 0 6 0 To...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. July 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FBOM OCH SPECIAL CORBEBPOpDENT. | July SO, I «' Yon shall." " I won't," , That, sir, is the present Parliamentary record. The discus .ion on the mail contract occupied all the Government days laet week, and also Tues day up to midnight. The House then took a division on the resolution in its first stage and adjourned. On Wednesday, a talk of obstruction was boned around. When the House met, Douglas moved the adjournment to read extracts {ram a paper laid on the table of the Assembly by the Minister for Lands, in which was printed all the corres pondence clicited by the offer of £1000 reward for a curt Iot rust. It included some idiotic letters, and othera more sensible. These were all read or noticed by Douglas at considerable length. It wmmiwiwi time, but Mill there was so hint of obstruction, dnd the reading was followed by a genuine debate on the subject When this was over, George Thorn began another disoossion on branch railways, and thus the time passed till a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. IPSWICH, TCESDiY, August 10. A crowded meeting was held in tbc School of Arts last niglit to discuss the present political situation. About COO persons were present. Mr. T. B. Cribb WAS placed in the cliair. Tbc proceed ings were orderly. There were a num ber of influential citizens on the platform. Tbc speeches were moderate, but strongly condemned tbe Government for their action with respcct to tbc mail contract. The refusal of tbe Mayor to convene a meeting at tbe request of tbe ratepayers was strongly commented upon.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. September 1 and S.-The Galway Jockey Club Annual Meeting. Nominations, July Jut j weights, August 1st; acceptances (night of general entry) AuguetSlst

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

ART HUH CUBITT 203 l'lTT-STltEBT, BrnNET. Oliice fur the discovery uf Missing Friend* and Next of Kin. Private inquiries cautiously conducted. Certificates obtained of Births, V&atliK, «cd Murriagcs. Copies uf Wills and other documents pro cured. EXTRACTS FROM A FEW TESTI MON1AL8. It is ii-ii.li audi pleasure J bat I bear rav testimony, lo the cfliuieiit manner in which you have carried oni a very important eccrcli for me in Ireland, nod thus |>nt me in possession of the oidy legal evidence that could at the time be procured.-WillTilocK 1/OGAK. I bare not failed to acquaint my solicitors in England of your establishment in Sydney, and have recommended you personally, with the utmost confidence, to their professional consideration.-CHAS. DAVIRR, Casllercigh strect, Sydney. I have received your letter respecting Mr. and Mra. ,of wbom I have beard nothing for eighteen years. I didjiot expectthat you would have tent me the news BO quickly. EDWIN BARBED, Wollongong. I had not ...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, August 9. I Sir Hercules Robinson has been ap pointed Governor of Cape Colony in place of Sir Bartie Frere, and will leave immediately for Natal via Australia and England. Sir Arthur Gordon, Governor of Fiji, has been appointed to succeed Sir Hercules in New Zealand. The following telegrams appeared in our western edition of Saturday afternoon la.lt: ' LONDON, August 2. Mr. Gladstone is seriously ill. His illness has been cauBcd by great mental anxiety. LONDON, August 3. Latest accounts slate that Mr. Glad stone is progressing favorably. SIMLA, August 3. The latest intelligence from Candahar states that the situation of affairs remains still unchanged. Ayoub Khan is making rapid marches towards Chu mau, near which place General Phayre is stationed, awaiting reinforcements. Every precaution is being taken to resist the expected attack. LONDON, August i. The match between the Australian Eleven and the Gloucestershire county team was won by the Australians with...

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Queensland Atrocities. (Contin[?] from July 28.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

Queensland Atrocities. By AN EX-TROOPER. (Continuation July 23.) And now, sir, with your permission I will to discuss the feasibility of some of new schemes we have head so much of lately. But first let us disentangle our minds of some of the errors so continually cropping up in the discussion of this question. The chief of those is this: People who have   not resided in outside country do not appear to see that the blacks question must resolve itself into two distinct divisions, namely, the treatment of those which are already tamed, and the remnant of those still in their wild state. They fail to see that because a scheme may be good and feasible in the one case, it does not follow that it would be so in the second. What would Mr. Gladstone think of a man who should write explaining that cer- tain planters had found Indian coolies highly useful and profitable in the cultivation of   sugar, and suggesting as a solution of the Afghan question that all the A...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

BIRTH. BACCHI.-On the 6th inst, at her residence Shamrock-Street, Blackall, the wife of L. Bacchi, of a daughter.

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MELBOURNE. MONDAY, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 August 1880

MELBOURNE. MONDAY, August 9. The trial of Edward Kelly has been continued at Beechworth, and further adjourned. TUESDAY, August 10. The Governor of New South Wales, Queensland, and South Australia, have accepted invitations to be present at the opening of the Melbourne Exhibition. Ned Kelly states that there was originally a fifth member of his gang. He did not suit the others, and so they let him go, after threatening him with severe penalties in case of treachery. It also seems that Kelly gave him a hand- some present of money, and made pro-   vision for his aged mother.

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