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LATEST NEWS BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. LONDON, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
LATEST NEWS BY KLKOTIt; C TKI.KGEAI'H. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. moil OCR STBCtAli COltEESrOMUlNTS. LONDON, November 3. A match between Laycock and Hoa- | mer, an American sculler, was rowed to-day at Putney. Prior to the start the betting was 20 to 1 on Laycock. I Uosmer led for the first mile and a ; quarter, bat Laycock then drew ahead and retained liia position to the end. The Earl of Malmebury, who is now j 73, was married yesterday to a Miss Hamilton, a lady of 24 years. The indictment against the five Irish members, viz. : Parnell, Dillon, Biggar, O'Sallivan, and Scaton, charges them with conspiracy to prevent the payment of rente and the enforcement of legal processes, for letting forms, and with generally encouraging cocrcion and a system of terrorism. Agrarian outrages in the south-west of Irclaud are on the increase, and Cork is now proclaimed as ft disturbed dis trict. ST. PETERSBURG, November 3. The deficiency in this year's harvest is causing-famine in many parts of the cou...
MONDAY, NOVEMBEB 8. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
MONDAY, NOVEMBEB 8. (Before the Police Kagistrate.) ABSAUliT. Peter Connolly and Agnes Connolly were charged with nssaulttng RUen Jones, the former by striking complainant with hie clenched fiat, the latter for hitting com plainant over the head with a pewter mea sure. Mr. Piers appealed for defendants, The case against Peter Connolly was first proceeded with. Ellen Jones, married woman, a domestic servant at Connolly's, was washing clothes on Monday afternoon, Oct. 25tl>; Mrs. Con nolly was lying drank in bed; Connolly told me to come in and Jay the cloth for supper; he called me a dirty bitch; he then struck me and knocked me against the table, and Agnes Connolly got np out of bed and hit me over the head with a pewter pot; I cried out and asked somebody for God's sake to come and help me; I then fell senseless to tlpe ground and don't remember anything till I found myself at Craig's boarding-house; Peter Connolly struck me with his closed hand, and put his fingers inside my mo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKALL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLAOKALL, Wednesday. No signs of rain; fine weather throughout the whole district. Mr. J. Scott Galbraith passed through yesterday with CO bead bouses for the Hon. J. P. Bell's WestlandB station, from Bnaiaba and Jimbour. Tho rams men tioned in Ncvilc 4c CO.'B report last week passed through on Thursday. Monahak & Co., Stock and Station Agents, BUckoll, report lor the week ending NOT. 9th:-Horees.-Active demand for good sorts in condition. We sold in conjunction with Nevilo k, Co., hacks at from £15 to£18G/-. No movements in sheep or cattle. We have ?old through ItcDermott Bros. & Scarr, of Sydney, on aacount of W. Frost, Esq., Black i^ll, Dubbo Downs, with 1000 liesd of cattle, at satisfactoiy cash prices. NBVILE &. Co., Stock and Station Agents, Blackell, report for the week ending NOT. 9th.-Iftit Stock.-Inquiries for fat cattle ^ have sale of one lot pending. Hortc Market, -At our weekly sale on the 6th inst. we dis posed of six p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
DR. CHURCHILL'S SYKUPS. . (Qtvophospbiceov Lime &lt;m SOPA.) FOR CONSUMPTION. THESE 6YRUPS; "which have iho confi dence of all medical men, arc especially recommended in caves of CONSUMPTION) CHRONIC COUGH, and GENKEAL DK BIL1TY. Tlicy contaifl two of thc prinoiple ingredients necessary for building tip the human frame, and vrhicb are considered deficient in the above complaints, vic.f J'HOSI'HOROUS Mid LIMB. They are also mlmirtilil.v adapted for children of a weak and delicateliabit, UK. CIIUBCHILL'6 6YEUP of Hypopliospliitc of Iron is particularly re commended far tiie restoration of the consti tution wlien debilitated by Uio effects of a. warm climate. Oil. CHURCHILL'S COMPOUND HYEUP of Hypophospiiitcs is a compound of tbe ? Hypopnospliitcs of Lime, Iron, Soda, Potash, icc., ond os a peneral Tonic cannot be too highly estimated. DE. CHURCH ILL'S PECTORAL TABLETS cure Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat* Loss of Voice, Bronchitis, AstAima, Sc. The above are 'prepared o...
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5. (Before the Police Magistrate, and R. Reid, Esq., J.P.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
FBIDAT, NOVIIMDEK 6. (Before the Police Magistrate, and B. Rcid, Esq., J.P.) ASSAULT. A charge of assault brought by a schoolboy against bis mauler occupied the attention of tJie Bench. William Burgess deposed tlint on Thursday, Octo1>er 28th, he was present at the Primaty School. About 10 o'clock, after having con* eluded ti lesson in parsing, defendant accused him of inattention, and Ixjforc complainant could offrr an explanation he was struck several times on the neck with a strap, and subsequently received a blow from the clenched fist of defendant, and was knocked up against some other boyn. His neck was swollen from the effccts of the blow, and his coat was torn by the defendant pushing him out of the room. He believed that defendant also struck him on the check ns it was swollen subsequently. By defendant: I have been attending the school for the past fortnight; you have hud occasion to reprimand mc once for talking iu school; when you 6truck me with your fist you were exc...
Blackall Police Court. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. (Before the Police Magistrate, Dr. Moran, and R. Reid, Esq., Js.P. DETENTION OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
Blackall Police Court. WEDNESDAY, KOVEMEEC 8. (Before ilic Police Magistrate, Dr. Moran, and R. Esq., Je.P. DETENTION OF rBOPERTT. A boshnian sued Thomas Mnrpliy, landlord of Ihe lilnctnJl Bote), for unlawful detention of £18, the property of the plaintiff. It appeared from the cvidenco that the man came into town with a cheque for £18, which he handed over to the defendant to cash for him, nnd comtnonoed a "epree." When the change for his cheque was given to him he either lost it or it was stolen from him. The Bench dismissed the case.
Melbourne Races. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. SECOND DAY. MELBOURNE, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
Melbourne Raoes. , [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] FBOM oon OWN OOI1BBBPONDENT. SECOND DAY. MISMJOCIWE. November 3. On llic day of tlic spring meeting the weather was somewhat hazy in the morning, bat proved beautifully fine afterwards. The enormous crowd pre sented a grand spectacle, there being over 80,000 people on the course. Maiden Plate.-Orient, 1; Exeter, 2 ; Heron, 3. Time-2mins. 44secs. Railwoy States.-Monarque, Doug lastou, dead beat; Chatterer, 2. Time limine. 14secs. The owners of Monar quc and Douglastoli agreed to divide the stakcB. Kensington Stakes.-The Duke, 1 j Battie, 2 ; My Lord, 3. lmin. 4£secs. The Mr.LnoujiNi! Cup, a handicap sweepstakes of 20 flova., with £500 added. 2 miles. Mr. W. A. Long's be Grand Flaneur, by Yattcndon-First Lady, 3yrs, Get. lOlbs. ... ..." ... 1 Mr. W. Branch's b c Progress, by Angler-Coquette, 3yrs, 5st. 71b. 2 Mr, Rossis' b li Lord Burghley, by Ynttaidon-Lady Constance, 7st. A 3 Won eaffy by two lengths. Lotlmir ran a pretty good fourth.. Tim...
Queensland Turf Club. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. BRISBANE, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
Queensland Turf Club. FBOM OUD OWN CORBESPOSDFiNT. Biusiianr, November 9. The Spring Meeting commenced on Saturday. The following are the re sult® : Trial Stakes.-Selina, 1 ; Doncaster, 2 ; President, 3. Time-lniiu. $3sccs. Hurdle Bacc.-Pastime, 1 ; Kosral byn, 2 ; Paut^iimc, 3. ' Brisbane Handicap.-Warhawk, 1 ; Sunset, 2. Only two started. Won easily in 2min. lAsecs. The Derby.-Waterloo, 1 ; Canary, 2 ; Galatea, 3. Time-2rain. 45secs. Corinthian.-Theodore, 1 ; Znnco, 2; Cocoa, 3. Time-2min. 53secs. Sandgate Handicap.-Sydney, 1 ; Warhawk, 2; Osman, 3. Time-'iinin. 47secs. Visitor's Plate.-:Qneen of the Forest, 1 j Moth, 2; Explorer, 3. Time lmin. SGsecs.
FOURTH DAY. MELBOURNE, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
FOURTH DAY. MELBOURNE, November 8. The concluding day of the Victorian Racing Club Spring Meeting was line. There was a large attendance. Fieinington Stal^fe-Monmouth, 1; Welcome Jack, 2 ; ^B?sy, 8. Time lmin. 45secs. Mares' Produce Stakes.-Grand l Flaneur, 1; 1'rogreSB, 2 ; Mulatto, 3. Time-2min. ll^&ece. V.R.C. Handicap.-Mnta, 1; Pon tiff, 2 ; Secundus, 3 ; Nopper Tandy, 4. Time-3miu. C|secs. Steeplechase.-Hamalaya, 1; Sim pleton, 2; Tartan, 3. Canterbury Plate.-Progress, 1 ; Sweetmeat, 2 ; Wellington, 8. Time 4irmi. 4SCCB. Free Handicap.-Prattle, 1; Reveby, 2 ; Soothsayer, 3.
THIRD DAY. MELBOURNE, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
Tin no DAY. Melbourne, November 4. The V.R.O. third day's racing took place to-day. The weather was again fine and the attendance good. The following are the results : Hnrdle.Race.-Sir Peter, X ; 6arehc don, ~2 ; Nimrod, 3. Time-5min 38i sees. Royal Park Stakes.-Progress, 1; Lothair, 2; Wellington, 3. Won easily by two lengths in 3min. 31secs. Pro gress started with four others, and had 20 to 1 on him. Flying Stakes.-Welcome Jack, 1 ; The Duke, 2 ; Spinningdalc, 3. Spring Handicap.-Tin; Pontiff, 1; Nappcr Tandy, 2 ; Morning Star, 3. Won by a length in 2inin. Usees. The Pontiff was the favorite at 6 to 1. The Oaks.-Sapphire, 1 ; Constance, 2 ; Western Prince, 3. Time-2min. 49secs. Veteran Stakes.-Soothsayer, 1 ; Lord Burghlcy, 2 ; Coongoola, 3. For this event there were twelve starters. Soothsayer wou by half-a-length in 2min. 38sccs.
SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. December27.-AiTunnc Christmas Meeting. Entrances, December 23rd; woights, 21th December; actxplavccs, evening name day. December 27 nod 28.-Westward Ho I Jockey Club, Ihinford, Annual Meeting. Nominations, November 26th; weights, 8tli December; acccptances, December Stlh. January 3 arid 4.-Muttaburm 'I'lirf Club, Third Annual Meeting. Nominations, 27th December; weights, - December; accept ances, - January. January G and 7.-Blacknll Midsummer Meeting. Nominations, 16th November; weights, 22nd November; acceptances, 27Ui December. Tug following iB the result of the racing nt Eagle Farm on Saturday, as forwarded to us by Mr. 6. J. Byrno: Brisbane Handicap. -Warliawk, 1 ; 6iinset, 8. Derby.-Watciv loo, 1; Canary, 2. fiandgate Handicap. Sydney, 1 ; Warhawk, 2 j Time-2mins. 47secs. Bo crcn sush horses as Sydney can't come up to Aramac time. By the by isn't this Waterloo-Canary business getting rather monotonous; are they to have first nud sec ond pla...
MELBOURNE. SATURDAY, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 November 1880
MELBOTRNE. SATURDAY, November C. 1 All immense meeting of Kelly sym pathisers was held at the Hippodrome last night about 4000 persons inside the bnildmg, and 0000 outside. Among those present vera several hundred women. Mr. Hamilton, phrenologist, took the chair.- The principal speakers were Mr. David Gannson, Chairman of Committees, and Mr. W. Gaunsnn. A resolution was unanimously carried in the form of a petition to Government for reprieve of Ned Kelly. The movement is generally considered as not at all creditable. No persons of influence or position are concerned in it. An Italian has been fined £100 for selling goods from the Italian Court at the Exhibition. Mr. Gaunson, accompanied by Kate Kelly, attended at Government House on Saturday and presented a petition to his Excellency for reprieve of Ned Kelly. His Excellency promised to submit tlic mattor to the Executive, but held out no hope of reprieve being graiitcd. The following telegrams apjiearod in our edition of Saturday ...