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COMMERCIAL. THE ENGLISH MARKETS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. LONDON, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

COMMERCIAL. THE ENGLISH MARKETS. MT NSEMIO SVLSOBATS. LOHDON, AUGUST 19. The colonial wool sales opened on Tuesday. Total somber of bales avail able for aeries, 851,000. There was a large attendance of home and foreign buyers. Prices show an average decline of one penny. * LOVDOK, August 20. At the colonial wool sales to-day 11,000 bales were catalogued. Market animated. LONDON, August 21. At the wool sales to-day 10,700 bales wen offered. The market was animated. Crossbred* are ruling at ^d. to Id. below prices at last sales.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

-B.K.PIEB8, SOLICITOR & PROCTOR, WfWtT.T. JP. OLKWETT'S fc BETAtt. GENEHAL BLACKALL. t^laige and wie£ italic always on hand. MONAHAH ft CO., AUOXIONSBBS, STOCK, STATION, ahd ComkbhioN ,T AGENTS, WINE AND flPIBIT MEBCHANT8, BLAOKALL. E. C. HARRIES & CO., Auctioneers, AocomitanU, Stook, 8ta-1 THE above baring remoTed into more ' commodious premises, ire ifcw pre pared totecejre consignments for-tale. Ada ol Hones, Cattlr, tut,, held ereiy Batnidnr, «t 8 p.m. Sales of Merchandise at 11a.m. Account Sales j Books ke^t, Bents and Apoomrta Collected. | ' AGSKTB FOB NaUonalfire »nd Marine Insurance Op. HewZealand, Imperii! Fire Insnranoe Co., .London. Australian Mutual ProTideot Society. E. G. OLEN SADDLE AND HABNEBB MAKEB, ^ BliAOKAWU t'&toek'jot Sfddleir in the I i District. . ' tj.w.DOLiHG, SADDLE AND HABNE68 UAKEB, ?; svfmm.'' V V t h J> a B «, BLACfeaU.. - Gotmtiy Otdewprojnptty Attended to. CLAYTON & WOBRALL, B' fclLDEffiJ. CQNTWOTOBB, AND I 1 GENERA...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Meteorological. BLACKALL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

Meteorological \ Buottu. Wednesday. I SlOOBD JOB WBKKKSMHO ADODBT 24. D*. TOWMftlfWTO Kax.ah>d«|^.ahade] M. Wind. haafy Wodnra. Tfanndty] Bsndtr MooiUj 60' 60 48 46 46 ks, 62 Atwp murimnm, 84 B-7ths; tnihimnm, | 49 t-7du;ninltll,iiiL

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLONIAL MARKETS. BRISBANE, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

COLONIAL MARKETS. BHISBAKB, August 20. Konahaa & Hsygarth report 280 cattle yarded: Beit bulloolca, <6 17/6; medium, JLl to £t lOj-. 600 aheep were panned. Prion have advanced 1/-. Best merincu, 11/6; crossbiede, IS/-. BTDNST, AogaitSO. Griffith! ft Weaver report MOO cattle jardod. Flioea hare reached 17/- per cfft Beit bollocks, £7 10/-. 11,000 «heep were peaoid. Primest 12/7, On Thar»d»y priou declined 10/- lor cattle and one shilling on .heap. MlLWBBa, August IP. King, Ominlnghara & Oo. report 1780 cattle yarded. Prices slightly higher. Best pens A8 to AS. Sheep briik; besttnerinoe, li/- to! itp.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hairless Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

Hairless Blacks. IIAny residents of the Calonne ok probably not nworc of the existenco among the local aborigines of absolutely hairless niggers, and those who have frequently seen them have very likely never given o second thought to the peculiarity which distinguishes them from their neighbors. There are two now here, brother and sister, and it is «aid many others are somewhere away is the western " Never Sever." The two at present on the river have Hidden); become objtpls of absorbing interest to no less a person than Baroa Maclay a savant of Rnropcan celebrity who is now on a visit to Mr. Kirk at Gulnarber far the .xpress purpope of finding out everything about them, atid to <1* the Baton justioc wc think (speaking a> an eyewitness of bis ex plorations) that he has not nut leij much for anybody else to discover, borne twelve years ago when travelling in ttussia, Baron Maclay'u attention was attracted by a paragraph stat ing the existence of hairless blacks in Aus t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Notes on Current Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

I .. ^ Notes on Current Events. THE Central Bailway has been completed to Withersfield, and the line will be openod (or traffic to that place about the 1st October. The mail coach will take three days then between Bladtall and the terminus. With a vfew to tie gradual disembodiment of the native police force, several detach ments hare been broken up, and the troopem distributed as trackers among the ordinary I police stations. | Twelve months ago the Government ap pointed trustees for the Blackall Cemetery. | We don't like serious matters to be harried, ' but we think it it nearly time the trustees met to transact business. | An American lady who bad the misfortune to be bom in Georgia without ami, Is ex hibiting hereelf in Bockhampton, where she .embroiders, crochets,andplays die cornopean with her toes. The Melbourne Age says the Sydney Bulletin is the champion liar of Australia. The compositor did'nt know whether be ought to put the commas in after Age or Jiulletin, but it don't m...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COUNTRY NEWS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. ISISFORD, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

COUNTRY NEWS. VB011 OUB OWN OOBEESPONDBNTS. ISIBFOUD, August 14. On Thursday evening, tbe JSth instant, tlic townspeople of Ieieford met at a very plea sant little dinner, to take leave of Mr. W. Whitman on his departure for Sydney. The health of the guest was proposed by Mr. Sough, P.M., in a veiy neat and feeling speech, and waB received with great enthu siasm. Ur. Whitman, in responding, said that glad as he naturally must be in being able to retire from the cares and worries of commercial life into tbe peaceful and secluded enjoyment of his hard-earned riches, yet was he more sorry than he could find words to express in leaving all his flSends, and more especially his brother James, who for many years had so ably seconded him in all his undertakings; and though he would be many hundreds of miles from Isisford yet would his heart still remain behind. Afterwards several other toasts ware proposed, amongst them " Our neighbors in Blaclcall," which was responded to by Mr. MarkweU. T...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

BBI8BA5B AFFAIRS. MOM SPBOUA OOBBBSPMDBHT. Angvst 13. PABUAimrbM settled down to work again. ' Qq Tuesday, M'll wraith made a statement in which be aasotmsed with much dignity and moderation that he would impose no condi tions, but deliver tiie financial statement on Thursday, Uniting to the speeches made by 1 Opposition members Unit they Weald consider his mail controot afterwards. This ended the battle to the present Parliament guvo I itself up.to work, and people to attempts at Coasting what duties were likely to be imposed so that the; might take the threatened articles cut of bond at the present reduced nlea Xhe result has been a wholesale pay mant of which will make the receipts far this month very much above the arorefe. In the Assembly they went in steadily for work. The Postal Cards and Motes Bill passed its second leading without much dis .BSBIoo. Tour members weit of opinion that it would impose the duties of a bank clerk ad a good one at that-on back-country postmaster!....

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. MONDAY, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

MELBOURNE. MONDIV, August 28. I It IB the intention of the Government to float the balance of the five million loan through the associated banks this fear. A targe number of unemployed pro ceeded to the Government offices to-day, but Mr. Berry declined to see them. The following telegram* appealed in oar western edition of Saturday afternoon last LONDOK, August 19. The Afghans are pushing forward their trenches in front of Candahar. BOMBAY, August 19. Reports are current that an attempt has been made by Ayoub Khan to storm Candahar. He is said to have directed his efforts to. the capture .of Shikapur Gate, on the aonth side of the city. Generals Borrovres and Primrose suc cessfully repulsed him with trifling loss. P&ISBAMB, August 18. In the Assembly yesterday, the House went into Committee of Ways and Means. Mr. Dickson said the financial statement must be unsatisfactory to the majority of the colonists. The countiy was now in a serious position, and the proposals made by t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mitchell and Warrego Hospital, Tambo. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

Mitchell and Warrego Hospital, Tambo. THE usual monthly Committee meeting «n for local reasons postponed from the J ltii to the 12tb of August, when the following gen tlemen assembled in the Tambo Heading Boom Messrs. Hyde (in the chair), Smart, U'Quire, Mulhern, Harries, Phillips, Dr. Alessondri, and the Secretary. The minutes of previous monthly meeting and emergenoy meeting were read and con firmed. Correspondence outward and inward mi of no public moment The emergency meeting bad been held on the 2nd August, and was called to consider the applications for the post of wardsman and matron. Fourteen applications, accom panied with testimonials, were presented, and the result of the consideration was that that of Ur. Patrick Honrahon was accepted, and he was, therefore, in conjunction with his wife, unanimously elected to the vacant post. At the meeting held on the 12tb the only resolution passed directly affecting the gene ral subscribers was one having as its object a strict adher...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

Special Notice. W. Mi Irwin, citaisn iiii) W BLACKALL, ?' .1 VST U14CKIVED n I.itUCIC ?W WliU.-KKUCOTKl) S'lNJUK . of tllu 1'ljRliiST Drii^s and Chemicals, PATENT MEDICINES, m£T REQUISITES, PERFUMERY, The TVrinifhfc Unvinjr l»eon lately enlarged to miikc Hioek, au»l for ummi faciurinpr liik own i^cial preparations, now .iflWitf iiiojv?a.«*.vl /iicililJci Tor [Milling up orders with do-paicl: nr.fl fusouincv. The iitHl*?fnfcmMi<'d pirpnruUons liifl'lu on \Uv pivinisca .»uv c.untidcmly rpeouiini'itdiHl. | Irwin's Fever Cure. APERFKCT1.V Litfe Mint reliable rercitrflv for -fever, Kcvlt :mii Ajxiw. H"\v Fever, Bilious or IniW-miUeui Bcndnehe, ami nil tftc various forms of Povcr emiwd by tlio miasnifc of tropical uiid eauii-iiupicai nir mates. ft is also ii pievcntutiv* of Fever am) one'of the West Tuniet before the- Public. One trial will convince (be must we[>riia! ? of its Hipeiiurltv tffer all other Filler Cures. IRWIN'S MOOPHYULIN PILLS, COMPOUNDED from ptirett rrgrtab...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

SPORTING NEWS. Local Baoing Calendar. September 1 and 2.-The Gal way Jockey Club Annual Meeting. Nominations, July Iprt; weights, August let; acceptances (night of general entry) August 81st. Sporting Notes from the Metropolis. FBOM OOB SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. BBISBAKE, August 2. j ROCKHAMPTON and Maryborough have again fallen victims to the Stranger, and in each place bas the balk of the money gone to the Southern hones, Ur. Bell being by far the largest winner. Taking Rockhampton first, the racing throughout was very good, and though such «laige proportion of the money was carried out of the town, I tun sure nobody grudged it, the production of a high class of .port being the primary object. Warhawk { was favored with a very light weight in both the Fort Curtis and Rockhampton Handi caps, and though he was nothing like as fit as be is capable of being made, he won the mile and a-half race rather cleverly; how ever, whether it was owing to the rain which fell on the second day, or t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Queensland Atrceities. (Continued from August 18.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

Queensland Atrocities.   BY AN EX-TROOPER. Continued from August 18.) I will conclude this letter by pointing out what reforms and improvements in our pre- sent system would, in my opinion, be most beneficial, and at the same time, the least impracticable. For I cordially and heartily sympathise with the object of those who are trying to improve the relations between the two races; and it is for this reason I have tried to show what is erroneous in their views of the cases which have led to the present unsatisfactory state of things, and what is impracticable in their schemes for amend- ment. I myself for many years lived in an inside district, and I then held much the same opinions on this subject as the editor of the Queenslander does now; but after a resi- dence of some years in an outside district, where I have seen a great deal of the work- ing of the native police, and given much study to this question, I have found that my views have been considerably altered. I ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

Notice to the Public. A PUBLIC APOLOGY appears in the Western Champion of August 18th. signed by Mr. WILLIAM ELLIOTT, and purports to be a satisfactory apology for the false and untruthful words uttered by Mr. William Elliott against my character on the 7th instant. I now beg, through this paper, to state that I will not accept Mr. Elliott's attempt at on apology for the cruel injury he has tried to do me and ruin me as a trades- man of the district. There is an action against Mr. W. Elliott now pending in the next District Court, when I expect to get satisfaction for the serious damage he has attempted to do me, and which action I will not withdraw. WILLIAM LYNCH. Municipality of Blackali OTICfi is hereby given, in accordance with Section I(i9 of the" Local Govern ment Act of 1873," that the Municipal Council of Blackali hoe passed a by-law restricting persons from throwing rubbish anywhere but in such places as shall be eet apart for the putposc, and a Copy of the said by-law is d...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. Monday, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

SYDNEY. MONDAY, August 23.   Measles, scarl[a]tina, and whooping cough are very prevalent just at present. Geraldine is first favorite for the Hawkesbury Guineas; Strathern and Sweetmeat for the Hawkesbury Handi- cap. Dover, while exercising at Hawkes- bury, fell and injured his stifle.    

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Blackall Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 August 1880

Blackall Municipal Council An ordinary and special meeting of the Municipal Council was held at the Public Hall on the 19th inst. Present — Aldermen Stephens (chairman), Ahnfeldt, Lynch, and Murphy. MINUTES. The minutes of preceding meeting were confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence was read from Colonial Secretary stating that the Go- vernment could make no advance from the endowment to defray preliminary expenses connected with the formation, of the Munici- pality, bet informing the Council that they could obtain the Municipal account books from the Government Printer, and that the cost of the books would be deducted from the first endowment. From Gordon & Gotch enclosing account for £4 19s. for Corporation seal. From Government Printer stating that account books had been forwarded to Black- all for the Council. From Under Secretary for Lands stating the application for transfer to the Council of certain Government allotments in Blackall would be considered at the earl...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CHARLEVILLE, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 September 1880

CHAKI.EVIM.K, Storekeepers-Waller KJood & Co.; R, k A Skinner.

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MUTTABURRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 September 1880

MIITTABUIIRA. Holel-Mount Cornish-W. St. J. Hurtling. Storekeepers- C. Cajinon 4 Co. Gommipeion Agents-Uallogly it Co.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WINTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 September 1880

?WIN TON. Hotels-North Gregory, It. Fitcmiuirice; Boynl Vail, John Urquhnrt. Storekeepers-Gorficld & FiUmaurice, Tboa. Lynett. ChemUt-J. Von Bcrgcr.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARAMAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 September 1880

ARAMAC. Police Mapstr*te-T. P. 6word. Poet uid Telegraph Martcr-W. H. Mori ion. Line Hopairor--0. J. Cnngrove. Divisional Board : W. Looker, J. T. Tilbury, 8. W. Donner. State School Teacher Police-Sergeant in charge: M'Donough. Queensland National Bank-Manager, yf. Fulton ; Accountant, J. Hollis. Medical Practitioner-Dr. Spark. Aramac Jockey Club-W. J. Gardiner, hero. Secretary. Auctioneer"-F. W. Kingston, S. Rharwood ; J. !T. Tilbury. ' (Storekeepers-Thompson ACm-hion; Tilbuty tt Gs.; Sehneldcr Ic O'Brien ; J. Karrell. Hotel*-Royal-0. Potter; Aramac, W. J Kingston ; Albion, W. B. Steel. Chemist-J. Hughe*. Ulackxmltli^-G. Porter. Bootmaker- D. O'Brien. Saddler-C. Moeser. Butchers-Burgoyne ic Vines. Painter-H. Barley. . - Newspaper Proprietor-W. J. Hodda. Block abd SlaUon Agents-'Tilbury L Co., 8. ' Sherwood. Wfttchmakef-A. Reichenbach.

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