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ALPHA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

ALPHA RACES. THE races passed off very quietly. There was a fair attendance, consisting mostly of bookmakers and the usual professionals who visit the racecourse. The spielers' tables, &c, wero plentiful, but the players were scarce, and I do not think the owners of the figured cloths took much money away from Alpha. Tho fields for the Maiden Plate and Hack Race were fair, and the racing also, but in thc other events thc fields were poor, and the winners got home in the easiest manner. Thc following is a resume of the racing: MAIDEN PLATE, of 6 sovs. 1 mile, W.f.a. I Mr. A. J. Jackson's cm Ada, 8-2 (J. Davey) 1 M. Klein's g g Logic, 8-12 (P. Anderson) 2 B. McConachy's blkg Gilbert, 8-12 (Benson) 3 Abercorn, Tahinga, and Havelock also started. This waB a great boil over, Have lock, who is a brother to Inkerman, going out as favorite at 2 to 1, but was badly beaten by Ada, who went out at 3 to 1. Ada winning by about half-a-lcngth from Logic, Gilbert about three lengths away f...

Football at Longreach. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

Football at Longreach. THE return maten, Ilfracombe v. Long reach, was played on Saturday afternoon, the weather being fine and a large attend ance present. The Ilfracombe team was captained by Mr. A. Hoare, and the Long reach by Mr. J. Gorrie. Mr. H. B. Gavin acted as referee, the line umpires being Messrs. Norris and Miller. The ball was kicked off at 4 p.m. by Gorrie, and after some give and take play, Liddy secured the first try for Longreach, Stephenson failing to convert the try to a goal. The ball was again kicked off from the Ilfracombe 25's, only to be returned by Stephenson. After some neat play the Ilfracombe team forced thc ball into Longreach territory, when Step henson, after making a good run, passed to Salisbury, who scored the second try, which was converted into a goal by Stephenson. I With this thc whistle announced half time, thc score standing 7 to nil. On resuming tho ball was kicked off by Buzacott, when it was well followed by tho forwards, after which some n...

The Sinner's Tips. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

The Sinner's Tips. "THE SINNER" predicts for the Maiden Plate-Contest, 1 ; Dawn or Balaclava, 2. Corinthian Handicap-Sir Thomas, 1 : Exile, 2: Lucky Boy, 3. Longreach Handicap Dahlia, 1 ; Blue Peter, 2 ; Beche, 3. Ladies Mile-Pluto, 1 ; Westland, 2 ; Queen, 3. Wingarra Handicap-Aviemore, 1 ; Accepted, 2 ; Arthur, 3. Thompson Handicap-Buck ingham, 1 ; Westland, 2, Aviemore, 3. Sell ing Race-Emergency, 1 ; Pluto, 2 ; Curios ity, 3. [Blue Peter will have to run on three legs to get any place in tho handicap.-ED.]

Longreach Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

Longreach Races. THE following ore thc acceptances received J by the Secretary : LoNOEEAOH HANDICAP-Beche-dc-Mor 9-9, Buckingham 9-3, Blue Peter 8-10, Twilight 8-1, Dahlia 7-12, Physioian 7-5, Magnet 6-10. WINO ABBA HANDICAP-Thirlmere 9-7, Avie more 9-4, Serf 8-8, Accepted 8-3, Marshal Soult 8-3, Sir Thomas 8-2, Exchange 8-0, Orion 7-10, Westland 7-9, Contest 7-3, Edi son 6-10. THOMPSON HANDICAP-Buckingham 9-5, , Aviemore 9-0, Blue Peter 8-10, Twilight 8-1, ~~ ' lia 8-0, Serf 8-0, Accepted 8-0, Physioian Westland 7-6, Magnet G-J0, Queen of ^fcO. nominations were received i Saturday night: Contest, Little I i of the South, !t, Edith, Kildare, j estland, Colenso, Boy, Arthur, l Heiress, Exile, Pluto, Envoy, Emergenoy, Sir Thomas, Calm. LADIES' MILK-Westland, Lord Lynne, Colenso, Exile, Queen, 'Arthur, Heiress, Pluto, Calm. SECOND CoEmnnAN-j-Westland, Physician, Magnet, Exchange, Queen, Dragoman, Mar shal Soult, Lucky Boy, Arthur, Heiress, Exile, Pluto, Envoy, Orion, Emergency, Sir Tho...

NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, Friday. I This afternoon Frederick Plimmer, a notorious burglar, was shot dead by a police man, who was endeavoring to effect his airest on a charge of robbery. The occur rence took place at Papaknra, near Auckland. Plimmer being challenged by the policeman, fired at that officer, but without effect. He afterwards concealed himself in a culvert. He was pursued, and the constable fired into the culvert, the shot proving fatal to Plim mer.

VICTORIA MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

VIO l'Oit IA I MJBLBOUBNB, Friday. I uron, millgrove, uoiaen Bpeaiuo, and Froh Pudor have been scratched for the Caulfield Cup. At a meeting of the committee of manage ment of the Woman's Hospital to-day, Dr. Margaret White, who for tho put seven mouths has acted as assistant medical officer in the midwifery department, has been ap pointed resident medioál officer of that department. Monday. An important action was conoluded in the Bendigo Supreme Court on Saturday. Luke Charles Chadwiok claimed £2000 damages from the Princess Dagmar Company for injuries caused by an explosion in the mine in December last. The plaintiff was drilling a bole, when an explosion was caused by another hole having missed fire in the previous shift, of which plaintiff was not informed. The jury gave a verdict for £700 and costs. A young man named Charles Jean, a boot maker, was arrested on Saturday charged with shooting at Constable Murphy, at Toorak Road, South Yarra. Murphy iden tified accused. The billi...

The American Strikes. Battles & Bloodshed In Tennessee. [BY CABLE.] FROM OUR OWN COBBESPONDENT. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

Hie American Strikes. Battles & Bloodshed In Tennessee. [BY GABLE.] FBOM ODS OWN COBBESPONDENT. LONDON, Thursday. NEWS has been received of fighting having taken place at the Olive Springs, Tennessee. It appears that 700 miners demanded the re lease of some convicts that were working in the mines, but that their request not being compiled with, the miners assumed a threaten ing attitude, and «oldiers to the number of 25, in charge of the prisoners, barricaded them selves, and were ordered to shoot low if violence were attempted. The miners bent on releasing the men, rushed the barricades. Orders were then given to fire, and a dis charge of musketry resulted in five of the rioters being killed, and in a large number of wounded. The miners again attacked the soldiers, and further fatalities resulted. At tention was then directed to the railway line, the rails of which were destroyed by the miners to delay the arrival of reinforcements. The Governor of the state is meditating w...

Alpha Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

Alpha Police Court. GEE LONG was charged on the 17th instant, before Messrs. Williams and Carr-Boyd, JJ.P., Fined £3, and Ss. 4d. costs. " Barney," an old line identity, and an old offender, was brought up on a charge of vag rancy, and was sentenced to three days in the cells. with selling opium to another

Aramac Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

Aramac Police Court. ON the 16th inst., before Messrs. R. J. Calder and R. G. Miller, JJ.P., a publican's license was granted to William Springer, for the Specu lation Hotel, Aramac road. On the 18th inst., before Messrs. J. W. Booker and R. G. Miller, JJ.P., Samuel Tart was granted a slaughtering license.

LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PER BEDTER'S AGENCY.] LONDON, Friday. PEERAGE HONORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PER BEDTER'S AGENCY.] LONDON, Friday. PEERAGE HONOES. The Queen has conferred new honors upon a large number of British notables, inoluding Earl Zetland, who has been made a marquis. Baron de Ersly and Viscount Cranbrook are to be earls. A VILLAGE DESTROYED. A disastrous fire has occurred at the Tillage I of Grindewald, Switzerland. The whole vu- | läge was destroyed. A PRINTEE BARONET. Captain Armstrong of the Globe newspaper, I has been created a baronet. CEIOEET. Somerset County beat Nottinglmmshire by I an innings and 122 runs. LONDON, Saturday. PUGILISM. The glove fight between Hall and Pritchard for £2000 came off near Brighton yesterday. The fight was fast and furious. Hall was floored in the second round, but he rallied and knocked Pritchard out in four rounds. THE HOME BOLE BILL. It is reported that a Committee of the Imperial Cabinet will visit Ireland during the recess to facilitate the drafting of the Home Rule Bill. OPPOSING HARCOURT. Mr....

Barcaldine Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

Barcaldine Small Debts Court. ON Friday, August 12th, before the P.M., J. H. Clark sued James Smith for £5 2s. 4d. goods supplied. Verdict for plaintiff with 10s. j costs. To be paid by 22nd August next. Young Doon sued Sam Quee, for £513s. lOd. j goods supplied. Mr. Major for plaintiff. Ver ? diet for plaintiff for amount claimed, with 10s. costs, bs. interpreter, and 21s. professional costs. Sam Quee sued Young Doon for £4, goods supplied. Mr. Major appeared for defendant. Verdict for defendant with costs against plain tiff 19s. Od., and £1 ls. professional costs.

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

NEW SOUTH WALES. StBSET, Monday. I A mass meeting of Broken Hill minen was held on Saturday. The labor leaders were ridiculed as being unnecessary. In connec tion with the proposal to take a ballot bf the men on strike with regard to the resumption of work, it waa declared that Thursday next woola be a memorable day, and not one of "the miners would return to work on the terms offered. In spite of the assertion of the labor leaders to tho contrary, it is stated that practical miners are in communication with the authorities, and are prepared to go in when the mines are thrown open again. If trouble occurs on Thursday next, it u under-' atbod in Broken Hui thatihe'müitary will be Immfidiatôy despatched from Sydney so as to arrive at Ifoken HOI on Satnr&y. 'Last Saturday was the 35th, anniversary of the wreck of tho Dunbar attkmth HSatt. The weather antttkg the éariy ^ ol'that day was likened hy old résidents to that ex Aerienoed when the ill-fated veató went jon ne rooks near...

Colonial and Intercolonial. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. QUEENSLAND JUNDAH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

Colonial and Intercolonial. PROM OUB SPECIAL COIlttBSPOfiDKNTS. QUEENSLAND JUNDAH, Monday. Mr. F. Nixon, police magistrate, froi Isisford, passed up the river yesterday on hi return from Windorah, where he was calle to sit upon Constable James O'Brien, late c Jundah, who was committed for trial at th Barcaldine District Court, to be held i October next, on four charges, viz., robbin Indian hawkers and Babig's store in Ma last, and on two different charges of perjury i The weather is very changeable and dry. [ BRISBANE, Saturday, i Mr. E. W. Cross, auctioneer,* of Brisbane ' has filed a petition in liquidation ; liabilities £12,000. The Queensland Investment Company hav applied to Ute Chief Justice for permission t appeal against that portion of his decisioi in the action against Sir Thomas M'Hw.aitl and others as was in defendants' favor. Th Chief Justice haB granted leave to apply ti Judge Harding for permission to appeal ti the Privy Council against that portion of thi Chief Justi...

A Day Among Minerals. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

A Day Among Minerals. MANY months must now have elapsed since a party of business people in Blackall formed a syndicate for the purpose of enriching its members by developing certain resources of the country outside their own particular dis trict. The money was subscribed to fit out a prospecting party to search for precious metals in the country about Listowel, where it was always rumoured that deposits of silver ore existed in quantities awaiting only the pick of the miner to bring them to thc surface. The result of operations in this direction wus not satisfactory, and subsequently tho syndicate was enabled to raise money to ex tend its operations in quite a different direc tion. This time the locality selected was in the vicinity of Withersfield in the direction of the old Emerald-Blackall road, and close to a chain of ranges of which Mount Pleasant is one of tho peaks. Tho syndicate employed a party of miners to thoroughly prospect the locality, with the result that some extens...

DISTRICT LAW COURTS. Barcaldine Police Court. LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

DISTRICT LAW COURTS. Barcaldine Police Court. LARCENY. Ou the 9th August, William J. Collins was charged with the larceny of five £1 notes from the person of John George Jones. Mr. Major appeared for the accused. Sergeant Malone gave evidence that about 2 a,m. that morning prosecutor reported the robbery, and gave the name of William Collins as the man who robbed him. Witness went to the Royal Hotel in company with prosecutor and Constable Keane. He entered a bedroom, and there saw prisoner asleep in bed, and a man named Gor man asleep in another bed in the same room. Witness struck a light, and pointed out pri soner as the man who robbed him, and gave him in charge. Prisoner dressed himself. He put on a hat which Gorman claimed as his. Witness asked prisoner where his own hat was, and he went into the next room, but could not find it. Subsequently Constable Keene brought a hat to the lock-up, which witness recognised as one he had seen prisoner wearing for some davs. Witness instru...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 August 1892

Court "Pride of the West," No. 7961, A.O.F., Longreach. SPECIAL SUMMONED MEETING- ot Mencham & Leyland's Hall on TUES DAY, AUGUST 23rd, at 8 p.m. By order, J. H. KNIGHT, 0-1 Acting Secretary. Notice to old Gulf Queensland Hands. ANY person knowing where remains of George Edkins, known as " Daddy Edkins" in the Gulf, brother to E. R. Edkins, Mount Cornish, will they kindly communicate with his son, James Henry Edkins, who has anxiously sought this past six years, whose present address is " Boots," Shakspeare's Hotel, Barcaldine. 0-2 Notice to Kangaroo Scalpers and Others. ALL bye-tracks through Stainburn Bun and Kingsborough Farm now wired up. Anyone found cutting fences will be prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the law. 9-1 SIMEON LOCKHABT. Dissolution of Partnership. Notice. r|^HE business lately carried on inLong I reach by Messrs. Willett & Baker as Building Contractors, under the style of Willett & Baker, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, ...

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 affection the community, and for the publication of letters possessing public interest. Personalities strictly excluded. ARAMAC DIVISIONAL BOARD. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 30 August 1892

.CORRESPONDENCE. Wr do not endorse the opinion* expressed by our correspondents. The columns of this paper are open to our anbncribera for the ventilation of grievances the discussion of matters affection the community, and for the publication of letters possessing public interest. Personalities strictly excluded. ARAMAC DIVISIONAL feOARD. TO THE EDITOR. SIB,-We are told a movement is on foot* to hav2 the present Aramaj Division cut in two, forming two new divisions to be known as the Aramac and Longreach Divisions. To this end a petition is being prepared by the Longrcacli Progress Association for signa ture among the ratepayers of the territory proposed to be included in the new division, which it is intended shall comprise almost the whole of No. 1 Subdivision, and about half of No. 3 Subdivision. Now it would be well for those ratepayers to consider before signing the petition whether they are likely to benefit by separation or otherwise. There are a few reasons why they ought t...

[?]ERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 30 August 1892

A MOST enjoyable ball, given by the citizens of Longreach, in aid of the funds of the Longreacli State School, %vus held in Messrs. Meocham & Leyland's liall on the 24th inst. About forty-eight couples were present. The dresses -worn by the ladies were in most cases very pretty and becoming. The music by the lately formed local band was first class, and gave every satisfaction to the dancers. The catering by Mr. Palmer was up to his usual style. After going through a lengthy programme, the ball broke up about 4*30 a.m., the visitors and others interested expressing themselves well satisfied at the maimer in which the whole of the arrange ments had been carried out. A Distbict Ball was held in the Pastoralist's Hall at Longreach, on the night of Wednes day last. The building, with its perfect ventilation and wide verandah around four sides, was splendidly adapted for the purpose. Dancing commenced at 9 p.m. to the brilliant music provided by Mr. Chandler, and dancing was kept...

The Miners' Strike. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. BROKEN HILL, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 30 August 1892

The Miners' Strike. [BY Eleotbio Telegbatii.] FKOM OUB OWN COBBESPOND ENT. Bboeen HILL, Thursday. A iicoE crowd colloctod in front of the Pro prietary offices and contented themselves by hooting the mine officers as they appeared at 7 o'clock. The first disturbance occurred when the timber boss was found making hiB way through the crowd. Immediately his purpose was guessed he was seized by women armed with sticks; these females, aided by a body of men, Btruck and hustled the timber boss, and drove him bock towards the town, tearing his hat into fragments, and pulling his hair and beard; then four or five police mn up and escorted the shift boss on to the mine amidst yells and uproar. Sleath and i'LTguoon were present, and condemned the action of the crowd, helping to cscort the shift boss through. While this was going on five other bosses walked from the crowd on to the mine. Torpy, a clerk in the Proprie tary office, tried to get through the mob, hut the women interfered, one strik...

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