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ARAMAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 September 1879

Jill A MAC. Polico Mngtelralc-T, 8. Sword. Post and Telegraph Master-'W. H. Blorison. Line Ecpairor-C. E. Blake. State School Tcachcr PolScc Queensland Notional Bank-Manager, W. Fulton ; Accountant, J. UoUis. Mcdicld Praclitioncr^-Dr. Spark. Aramac Jockey Club-W. J. Gardiner, hon. 'Secretary. Auctioneer-F» W. Kingston. Storekeepers-Thompson k Caslrion ; Tilbuiy & Co.; Schneider & O'Brien; J. Farrell. Hotels-Iloyal-G. Porter; Aramac, W. J. Kingston. Chemist-W. B. BtecL Blacksmith-G. Porter. Bootmaker-D. O'Brien. Saddler-0. Moescr. Butchers-Burgoyne & Vines. Paiulcr-H. Hurley. Ncwfpupef Proprietor-"W. J. Ilodda, Agent for Champion-W. B. Sicel. Stock and Station Agents-Tilbury & Co.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 September 1879

DEATH. JAMES.—On September 19, at her resid- ence, Grasy Hill, Cooktown, of phthisis, Annie, the beloved wife of Charles John James, of this town ; aged 27 years.

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BRISBANE AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 September 1879

BRISBANE AFFAIES. Odd correspondent's letter not having cninc to linnd yet, we have been obliged (o adopt other moans lor placing our readers en rap port with what is occurring in llie metropolis. At an early hour .yesterday morning we availed ourselves of the permission granted by the Buperintcndcnt.of Telegraphs to fix a telephone to the wire, and though what we heard was rather mixixl &nd indistinct, we have endeavored to reproduce it .as near as possible correctly: Affairs have been extraordinarily lively In tho House of Assembly of .late. The Govern ment stand .possessed of .an " overwhelming majority," and have no difficulty in doing justas they like. Griffith has-been completely discomfited, BO much so as to make him seriously ill. On several occasions he has. been obliged to leave the Souse early. ?ou sec his physical powers are-unequal to the strain late sittings impose upon litem. He : cannot fall tack upon .the beverage which cheors ond inebriates some of his supp...

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WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. KLACKALL. . Police liagistrato:-A. W. Compign6. ; Magistrate to consent to-the .marriage of I '? liiuors-J. C. HiRrineon. ' Land Odioo.-Commissioner: V, Desgrand. Heooi-dliig Clerk: n. feedford. 1 NaUvc Police.-Inspector: F,Murray, Sub . Inspectors: 11. B. Gough, Ii. P. Kayc, , E.fiplintjon. Local Police.-Sub-Inspector; J. Abcrn. Port Mid Telegraph Office.-Postmaster: 0. E. Aiigatcui. Lino Repairer: J. G. Quinn.' Primary School Teacher-Vf. H. L. Campbell. Poundkoepcri J. Konnhan. Registrar of Marriages: W. H. L. Campbell. Rood Inspector*: T. Fecley. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: A. Ulcoq. Accountant: W. H. Charkcr. Iiftrcoo Pastoral Society. - Sccretoiy: J, Monahan. Barcoo Bating Club.-Sccretaty: J. Monahan. Oddfellows' Society.-Nobis Grand : 8. Stevens.-; ' Govt. Medical Offioer.-Dr. O.I. Moran. Bailiff Petty Dobte Court.-R. Ifarkwoll. - Anglican Church.-Incumbent: Ee\t. P. D. . hjiiglinn. . . Storekeepers-Briggs & Mackenzie, P, Clew . ett V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

KSOSK'S INSECTICIDE, Id tins, ls,2a <fd,2s 6d, and upwards. THIS powder is unrivalled in DESTROY ING all kinds of INSECT WE, Flics, Fleas, Mosquitoes, Sloths lu furs, end other household-pcste. < . Full particulars far ose sec handbills. Testimonials jeoelved by Sydney andTas tuBuiaii - tigtentt ' ' North Shore, Sydney; April 1L, 1877. Mr, H.'Sool," Fitt-Htreet, Sydney. Dear Siv-Ibave modi pleasure iu adding Jay testimony to tiie tfflcocy of tlie Krone's liiseeUdde for the*lc8tmctlon ol Termin, I found my hoilso infested with cockroaches, «ud after using several remedieswithoutcffect I was recommended the Kmsc's InBecticldc, one packet of which proved fatal to them. Yours truly, " ' .J. IVuxuMS, ficcretajyto the I'arrnjnattn Steam Navigation. Company, Syduey. , Branxholm, Tasmania. Brotlicrs' Home Tin Mi)ic, March 1878. Messrs, Fairihome find Son, Wholesale ond . Detail Chemists, Xaunceston. Sirs,-I should like to know Mr. Kroee's sddrose,,for Vis Flea .Powder ...

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SOLUTIONS TO PUZZLES IN NO. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

fiOI<tJTI0N6 TO HJZZLBB IK No. 18. I , CBABADB&1-67. Sandiiage. 58. Copper adcU--.- 'i '? - TBAMBPoBmoN8.~«9. Fcliclm, Cockatoo, Plover, Snipe, Pigeon, -Spoonbill.- . Aasosnoa-OO. PJc-nIC, Olemi deB, 12/unA, ABunaO, J?erO,DeW.-Poland -Cbacjow. CL JJttwsliT. aio Janeiro,' TJntomB, GyrO, . ijtali,: jAmtmnfi, YaktmteK.-Pbogcat XODOI£E. ? , toioVA,-62. 'Wombat, boom, -oat-Too WODMBA. ': DIAMOND PoeziiE.-68. M . - i.' . O il, s V (Ii E l ootli E-G T ?' MltllCBKT fseciie nil ive . '? © V a .. t C4.-JTextTcebk. HlDDF-H Oralis-es. I/radon, TjWbon, Home, Wwnaw, rath, Paris, Oxford, York. Bqcabb WOBDB.-66.' Total, Ouida, Tiles, AJcptvIawte. 67. Ware, Abel, Seal, Ella. $8. Park, Ague, Buse, Keep. 69. tfcilf Acre, Iron, Lend. Ol/lTTED LSffTEES.-70. © Jwonun. in our hours of owe, Uncertain, coy, and hard to please, When fAinand anguish wring the brow, Amttlsteringflng3tliou. CEXPTOOEipn.-71. ". liters ieHiy gold-worse poison to men's lnlnds,. Doing toore murders in this loaths...

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LEISURE HOURS. CHARADES. 74. DOUBLE ACROSTIG. 82 [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

XEISUBE HODES. CHARADES. DOUBEE ACaOSTIO. «2. T' That which is nover aged. 1 A station near Blackall. A near relation. A poetical oiaay. < ' The name of a painter. A girl's name. One ol Shnkspere's heroes. A Soman Emperor. Initials read downwards give a celebrated general ; the finals a battle ne lost. SQUABE WORDS. '88. Food. , A continent. jLjpndof wood. si, A nseful article. A fine cloth. Means an insect ' <A male voioe. A doorway. DOUBLETS. 86. Turn COLD into HBAT. TuraLOUDjnto S0JPI. - iunuRDCtrnts. ._80. By" Yarg." 1. He opplod Mont Blanc from engrav ings. 3. II tbo dee ifi ioad riddle him with bul aets. ...A It is mcb.tm areralghL 4. Airavon I certainly saw. B. A tmiis^lMeeiCaek. C.: Wemet our steamer in Brisbane. . 7, A-maa «t Xocal *sBt toils off the mar tmniais. * 8.' I hope Sing Cctawayo bag surrendered. . ,9..Ihavj>ijta6w»Vmllk canto need-wash ^(fjohn {Smith yrheh drank is a mad JrasoaL ' ' It. H, yo|i have the toothhclic go to a ?dentist. 12.A1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

SHEEP DROVING TO THE WEST. AN EXPERIENCED .DEOVEE is de sirous of getting charge of sheep to travel from the neighborhood of Roma or Da) by to the Bazcoo or Thompson, after shearing, when he will be droving Home 2000 of his own sheep to the Wort. Address-" Sheep Drover." Taroom, Upper Dawson Biver. JULIDS VON BEEQEB, DCLT QUALIFIED CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST (Late of Tamlio), BEGS to inform the residents of Winton and neighborhood that he will shortly open basin ess with a well selected assortment of medicines. Prescriptions carefully prepared. | NOTICE. WE beg to inform (Storekeepers, Squat ters, &e., Uiat we have appointed Mr. F. J. BI.ADON onr Travelling Agent. All orders placed with him will receive prompt attention. SAFSFOBDfcCO. Blackall, September 20,1870. j NOTICE. ALL DEBTS due "by the firm of Barry, Lyon, and Kwart, arc requested to lie forwarded in detail to W. K. D'AECY, solicitor, Itoekhnmpton. Pro 13AKRY, LYON, & EWART, J. F. BARKY. ' - . V.'. V. EWABT. Rockh...

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AUGUST. THERMOMETER. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

THERMOMETER. Average Hilly maximum 7203 Average doily minimum... 42*93 Mean temperature ot month 6743 Higheit in shade 88* Lowost in shade . 80* tM&OHOTHB (AKEBOID). Highest leading 80*82 Lowest reading 30'48 Wan fpr month 80 03 BAIKFALL. Bynfall.,,.., 8*47 in. No. of dave on which ruin fell... 7 Prevailing wind B ic 8B

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SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

I BUMMABY OF EVENTS. A HAN named Hoscott was thrown from the ' coach between Emerald and the Ten Mile, and broke his leg. Dr. Moron was about at the time and set the fractured limb, and the man wan sent on to fiockhampton. At the hospital there it was found neoessaiy to Am putate the leg. { A woman at Melbourne drank a bottle of glacial acctic acid in mistake for aluxn water, and was fatally poisoned. The railway train an the Sandhurst line cut in two a man named Conolan, who1 platted himself on the track. He had been ' beating bis wife, and struck by remorse, he took this way of committing suicide. j CopperBcld is not deserted yet. On the ! 10th inst, no less than seven babies (all' males) were bora in the township. I We understand that the Garandinis would { have visited Blackell if there had been a j suitable ball in which to give a concert. ! Notwithstanding the disturbed state of I affairs is Southern Africa, the Kennedy Family of (Scottish vocalists have been giving a scries o...

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SEPTEMBER (TO 15TH). THERMOMETER. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

SEPTEMBER (TO 15TH). THBBMOMETEB. Average daily maximum 76'80 Average daily minimum, 60'6G Uean temperature of month 68-78 Highest in shade 85 Lowest in shade 46' BABOXBTEU (ASBBOID). treading 80.67 tMading.. i 8048 ! for the ltfteen days 80'58 SAIHFAI/L. (Baiiifall J-30 Id. No. of days oil which rain feU,.. 6 \ fteTOillng wind no record. Eemarks for July.-Sain fell on the 20th, 21st, 2iUi, 25th, and 2Gth. Compared vritli July, 1878 : The mean temp. 3-05 degrees, max. shade ? degrees, and min. 8 degrees, toner. Bainfali, 1*09 inches more, Mean barometor,001G higher. Remarks for August.-Bain fell on 1st, 19Ui, 28rd, 2ith, 27th, 2^til, and 29th. Compared with August, 1878 : The mean temp, is 8-10! dogreeB, max. shade I0-, and min. 0-50 lower. Rainfall, none lasbAugust. Mean barometer, 00:1 higher. . . Remarks tor first 15 days September.-Rain tell on 2nd,SHI, 7tli, 8th, and 9th. Compared with same period last year: Mean temp. 4'88 degrees lower, max. uhade 6 Aegs. lower, lulu. 1 highe...

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Cricket at Cooper's Creek TOWN V. COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

Cricket at Cooper's Creek Town V. COUNTRY. Tuts match woe played the day after the races, a vciy pleasant game was the result. Tbe visitors were easily defeated although they were previously backed at long odds; bat want of practice had a great deal to do with their defeat. The townsmen went first to the wickets, and in spite of the excellent bowling of Messrs. Hopkins and Beadford, mns cane rapidly, when the telegraph board showed 63. On thai resumption of play after lunch, the visitors took possession of the wi&eta, and ran up a score of fifty-five; following their innings they only sneoeeded in adding thirty-four to their prerioua score, the town thus winning hy one innings and twenty-four runs. At the conclusion of play both tesuns adjourned to the Hampton Court Hotel, where the president of the club, J. Riley, Esq., in a nfeat and appropriate spoedi awarded the silver cup, generoudy presented by himself for the highest score on the town side, to Mr. Sydenham. The gold l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

SANDY BT.tGBT, and nU oficotions of the Bye.-CKIl'l'S'S EYE LOTION is a cer tain cure. . Fever nnd Apiio, SJimFovcr, Bilious Fever, -CRUWB FBVRlt CURB Dover Wis. It Htrikcs nt the very root ot (lie disease, re moving every trace of it from Ibe system within a few liouiv. Rheumatism, RhoimintiiS Gout.-CMPPS'S HHKUWATIO MIXTUItK invariably cures nil such affections. Liver Complaint*.-CRIPPH'S TONIC AN 1'IWJAOVH l'IM/8 nrl directly o/j the liver, stimulate tiie secretion ot bile, remove nil inflammation, nod exert n general tonic and invigorating influcuce upon the wliulu kjs tem. Aiwoye on Sale : A large stack of Quinine, Stiyclinlno, Blond Mixture^ l'sin Killer, llollowny's medicines. Cockle's pills, Btecil inunV JwrnierB, Toilet requisites, Nnil, Tootli, Mid Iluir Unislicx, Bjionge>, Toilet fioujis, ice. Country orders receive prompt attention And uuick duepxtcli. * U. F. CHIN'S, Family AMI Dispknbinh Chkmist, WKatiEHALG UnuoaisT, UOCIOIAMI'TON. Important Announcement. WE intend ...

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COUNTRY NEWS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. SPRINGSURE, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

COUNTRY NEWS. FB01C OUB OWN OOBBBSPOKDEKT8. Spbekqsdbb. Sentcmber 14. THE country in this neighborhood now chows the beneficial efforts of the late rains. The traffic to and from the interior has been, and still is, veiy much impeded by the heavy state of the toads. The teams that have passed through the town daring tie last two weckt on their way up, are-O'Xeil's, 1; Skin ner's, 1; Grogan'sS; Tale's, ] ; lluldoon's, 1; Neil's, 2. On the way down with wool J. Martin's, 2; P. Buggell's, 2; Fitzsimmon's, 2. A meeting of the Bench of .Magistrates was held on tho 6th inst. for the appointment of Poundkoeper. Mr. Millikin -was re-elected to the offioe. The cases disposed of in the Petty Debts Court at the last sittings are Hinton Brothers v. Richard Eldridge, goods sold, £8 9s. Sd. Verdict for plaintiff with costs.-Hinton Brothers v. Tommy Dodd, goods sold, £5 10s. Id. Verdict for plaintiff with costs.-Mr. C. Thompson v. John Hale, goods sold, £4 ISs. 9d. Verdict for plaintiff with costs...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. THE columns of this journal are open to our subscribers for the discussion of ony matters of local public interest, Personal) ties strictly excluded. All communications must be addressed to the Editor Wc arc requested by the secretary of the Mitchell and Warrego Hospital, to publish the following letter from Mr, Brodie, of Nive Downs .. H. MILLED, ESQ. Dear Bii',-I have yours of tlie 25th ultimo to hand requesting me to do what I con to wanlH collecting subscriptions for the Tambo Hospital. I tlmll make a collection shortly, and bojie to send £20 at nuyratc when nil is collected. I find men very nvcrso to giving anything, especially shearers. However, in future I intend to make all tny licmtls contri bute nt the rate of Is. 3d. per month, and will moke them understand that is a con dition on which tlicy are hired. It would 1)0 well if nil stations made it compulsory on their men to subscribe, ua collecting volun tary subscriptions is like drawing blood out of n stone...

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The Western Champion. Vita sine literis mors est. BLACKALL, SATURDAY, SEPT. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

Vita the Merit mart at. BLACKAIX, BATDBDAY, SEPT. 27. THE intelligence of the capture of England's bete noir in South Africa will be received with delight by all wlio arc anxious to witness the termination of that most onsatisfactoiy and prbfitlcsB war in which our troops have been engaged. At the same time we regard with anxiety the recent outbreak in Afghanistan, where onr countrymen have been so ruthlessly murdered by the people whomwc hoped had been brought into complete subjection. Among the many who have fallen in these petty ware are two men whose names will long be remembered by the British nation. Both were foreigners, but educated 'in England. Strange to say each of these heroes waB the des cendant of A Oorsican, and both bore the names of Lome NAPOLKOH. The. biography.of the PBIKCE IUPEOIAL is known to every one, but that of Major CAVAONABI is perhaps not so familiar to the public. His grandfather was private secretary to the great Emperor, and his grandmother a French la...

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The Westward Ho! Programme. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

The Westward Hoi Programme. The Wittown Atuiual Hace Mooting, held tinder the auspices of the Westwnrd Hot .locltcy Club, is advertised to take place on tho 26lli find 27lh of December next. Four races have been cut oat, nod from these we gather (lint the programing will be n capital one. Tbe Maiden l'late 'of 80 sore., the West ward Ho! Handicap of 7S sora,, with a sweep of 2 soV8. to go to second hoisp, two miles. Nominations with X SOT. to be in the hands of the hon. scerciary on or before tho 10th November; weights, December the 4th. For such a rich Bioko we have no doubt but that the entries will be numerous. The Islsford Btakes of 80 SOTS., OUC mile, weight for ajrc, with 1 SOT. sweep for the second home, ought to be a grand one. Owners know their weights before training commences, and can not complain of being kuoeked out of it by weight as is vciy often the case in handicaps. Those who have a partiality for slicks lmvo an opportunity afforded them in the Handi cap Steeplecha...

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COMMERCIAL. COLONIAL MARKETS. QUEENSLANDER SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

COMMERCIAL. COLONIAL MARKETS. <5CBENSLANDBB ERSAAT TELEGRAMS. BMBBANE, September 26. The cattle yarded this week comprise 270 head. Best bullooka ori «up to £8 10s. Sixteen bandied sheep were penned. Veiy dull of sale- Best merinos, 12a. 6d. UGLBODBtrB, September 25. Eighteen hundred cattle were yarded this week; prioes IBs. lower. Twelve thousand sheep were sold; prices easier. Bestmerinoe 14s. .

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Meteorological. TERRICK, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

Meteorological I TEBBICK, September 16. Weather report for months of July and August, nodflnt 15 dnya of September, 1870, . at Tonick, Barooo July. . TUBUHOIUEIBB. ' Avenge drily maximum 69-90 Average daily minimum....... 86*32 Heantemperatnre of mourn 54'U Highett in shade 82 lowest iushado 26' , BABOMBTBB (AMEBOID). Highest tending 80 87 . Lowest reading 80'4t Mean for montli 80*6i BAXKTAXiL. Baiufall..... S-06 in. No.«f daysonwhich rain fell... 5 Prevailing wind 6B. NE

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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKALL, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

STOCK AND STATION BEPOBT, BiiivEAUi, Friday Evening. Heat win in heavy showers has fallen this week. On Tuesday the weather was unsea sonably sultry, the thermometer teaching to 90 degrees in the shade, or aver 16 degrees higher than has been experienced sinoc last summer. At nine o'clock a sharp thun derstorm, aocompanied^by heavy nine, broke over the town. Tl>qp<.uxj|it rains, we ate afraid, will again delay the teams from the south. About thirty wool teams passed through at'the commencement of the week, loaded Cor the terminus. There is not tnnch' doing in stod. 840 head of mixed cattle, the property of Ur. L. Oole, wore purchased thisweekby Mr. Mackenzie, at *1/. per head. There ate inquiries for herd bulls, two to three years old. Shearing will oommonoe at Alioe Downs next Monday. 60,000 sheep have t' pass 'through tpjfihed, hut we aie informed that " labor Is & too plentiful on that station at present" A fine lot of rams passed through Blockall last-Monda...

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