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SPORTING NEWS. Galway Downs Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

SPORTING NEWS. Gal way Downs Races. THESE races took place on the 29th and 80th August at Stoncy Foist The meeting was n veiy suooessful one. The Messrs. Dnrack succeeded in pulling off seven events, besides running seoond several times. We are pleased to notice that their suocess was achieved by the means of youngsters toed at Thyiungra. Their sire, Panic, is, s son of Smolensky, and to imported into Queens land by lli. W. P. Toier. We regret being unable to give the dam's pedigrees, but nq doabt llr. Durack will supply our corres pondent's omission. The marked enooees attending the running of the descendants of Panic inthe West during the last few years makes as regret that we have not a few more of his sons as sires in the district. The Conelm gelding Vanguard, who had the post of honor in our local handicaps this year, suffered a defeat from Count in a J-mile weight for age flutter, on the off day. Count is a three-year-old colt by the Smolensko hone Panic mentioned above. He ra...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

BMBBAJTO AFFAIRS. VBOXWM SROOUL OOBHB8POKIHD9T. Itfandontof Parliament affairs ore nninter astingand dnll. All the iaut ton. ate aim; in Sydney on a visit to the "Garden £alaee," «nd members of Parliament feel like naughty school boys "kqpt in" while tbefc friends are «njqying.a holiday. The proceedings in the House usually eommenoe with « motion (or .djourament, whilst members take an oppor tunity at publishing their private sorrows W attract the notioe and sympathy of the public. Mr, Griffith adqpted this plan oo Monday, and rose to cleat himself of jl change of corruption nude against hinsby Maeroeaan Ifcejnttter turned opon compen SQOBftwaivledtoapdlitiaftlhlAakainith.DAftev byname, who and received <B0, for filling the low ground on an . ?ttotinflefc o£ land Hmging to the Govctn .MBt at Zfymavilie with ashes from his wwk ahop. t think UrifflUi might have let the affair drift into obscurity if it was only to oonoeal from the public the foolishnesaBotae ifinistestnay e...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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SYDNEY. FRIDAY, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

SYDNEY. FBIDAT, September's#. The Wngga Wagga Oup was won by Sweet meat; Becundus, second j "Sick fliriveller, third. The Derby was won by Pontiff; Inrfal, sooond; Conservative, third. The steamer Strathlevcn, designed to test the practicability at carrying frozeIt meat to England, leaves Sydney in the middle of November. The attendance at "the Exhibition feu steadily increased einoc tho second day. Nearly four thousand persons visited it on Thursday. The weather has continaed fine. The cattle eheds are nearly finished, and the mochinery hall will be ready fin occupation next week.

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ROCKHAMPTON. FRIDAY, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

E0CKHAMPT01T. Fbidat, September 86. I The affairs at Hje Heat Preserving Com pany are progressing favorably. 1,600 shares have already been subscribed for. Mr. Holt, of Glonprairie, took 100 shares. The cattle maiicct is dull, bat there is a good inquiry for sheep. ' 1 The land sale* were well attendrtl. A few Bales of runs were effected. Ho.|S Horcntb, consisting of 26~Bqu«e miles, brought £1 per mile; Clayton, comprising ten equate miles, brought £4 6s.; Banksio, 175 square miice, was sold at the upset price.

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

NEW ZEALAND. W&LUXOTOjr. September 25. | The barque Messenger us total.wreck { crew eared. I Parliament assembled on Wednesday, Mr. O'Routie has been elected speaker. The measures indicated in the' governor's speech last July ore repeated, with the ex ception of that relating to the imposition of an income tax. The Opposition are in favor of these measures, but consider a change 'of Ministry the first necessity. TBE following telegrams appeared in oar second edition of Tuesday last 8PBCUL TELEQ&AUB. Bmbbane, September 22. It is reported that payable alluvial gold has bccna discovered at Ifineril Creek, 16 miles from Warwick, upon Lock's selection, A number of miners have lushed the ground, Sydney, September 22. Archbishop Vanghan delivered an address at the church of the Sacred Heart yesterday on the subject of religious education.. After wards the congregation adapted' a resolution in favor of erecting Catholic schools for tho parish, and a committee was formed to c...

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MELBOURNE. FRIDAY, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

HELBOUBKE. ' FpIDAT, September 25. ? Charles Newman, the owner at s painter's shop at Emerald Hill fa miming. It is believed that he has perished is the fire which destroyed his shop. The manager and directors of Ac Provin cial and Suburban Bank were brought up at the Police Court on a charge of conspiracy, and remanded.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. LATEST FROM CABUL. SERIOUS ASPECT OF AFFAIRS. RUSSIA WILL PROBABLY INTERFERE. DISTURBANCES IN ROUMELIA. IMPORTANT NEWS FROM THE CAPE. CAPTURE OF CETAWAYO. THE WAR ENDED. MORE MUTINIES AMONG THE AFGHAN TROOPS. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. LONDON, September 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC XELEGEAPH. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. LATEST FROM CABUL. SERIOUS ASPECT OF AFFAIRE. RUSSIA WILL PROBABLY INTERFERE. DISTURBANCES IN BOUMELIA. IMPpRTANT NEWS FROM THE CAPE. CAPTURE OF CBTAWAYO. THE WAS ENDED. 1 MORE MUTINIES AMtWQ THE AFGHAN TROOPS. BEUTEB'fi TELEQEAJIB. LOUDON,' September 15. The Daily Telegraph publishes a tele gram stating. that the complicity of the Ameer in the late massacre of English residenta at Cabul is clearly established. Also that a large army is covering Cabul though communication is cut off by the rebels. This news has not been officially confirmed. ' j LONDON, September 16. The Times publishes a telegram this j morning from Candahar. It states that the Ameer is summoning all the sur rounding troops for & jehad or religious war. BOMBAY, September 17. The Ameer still protests friendship towards the British. The advance of the British troops con tinues. The first column has reached Khushi beyond the Khuiilm pass. The tribes alon...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. G0VJ3BNMHNT APPOINTMENT. - Mr. R. Markwcll, who wns lately appointed Bailiff of the Small Debts Court ut JUucknJl, has been gazetted Bailiff of the DislricL Court al Uic same place. CHINESE LABOR. - Tlic Bockharnpton Bullet in advocates tl)e introduction of Chinese immigrants. It MIVS " Chinese labor could lie utilised in the North to Uic great benefit of the colony, as well as of individual settlers in it." THE ELECTORAL BOLLS.-Wc understand that electore for the Gregoiy district who. wish to have their names inserted upon the toll, may forward their applications to the C.P.S. at Blackall, who is authorised to register names for both the Mitchell and Gregory. Reobeatioh Gbounds.-It will always afford us much pleasure to praise Mr. More head when he earns it. He spoke sensibly on the subject of the Botanioal Gardens at Brisbane, and voted dead against the grants for recreation grounds at Uaekay and other "one horse "towns. He said if the vote was passod," he ...

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

TAMBO. I Police Magistrate: F. H. Hyde. Post Office,-Post Dud Telegraph Muster: F. Csfte. AedslMit: J. Sutter. Line Be pairer: J. 6. Wilkie. Primary School.-Icochers; J. G'Byrnc and Miss O'Bjrme. Poundkeeper: E. D. Harries. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: W. V, UalSton. Accountant: It. G. Miller. HosiiiiaL-Surecou: Dr. Browne. Secretary: E. 0. Miller. " Great Western Downs Jockey Club.-Han. Secretary: K. D. Harries. Storckocpere-1L H. Bilton ft Sons, a X. Walsh. Hotels-CnrranCMTa, G. Bredhauer & Co.; Commercial* H. T. Walsh; Telegraph, D. Mulhero; live andliCt live, D. U. iiilne; Tanibo, Goon YeH. Auctioneer and Commission Agent-U. D. Harries/' Butchers-Bredlmucr & Co., Wright & Jones. Beddlcr-J. Hndigan. Shoemaker--T. Fulton. Tailor-Ungnus Jjandgpen. Watchmaker-8. Bcrlyn. Cabinetmaker-E. I'rovis. Bincksmitlis-J. MoiTisscy, G. Bredhauer. Hairdresser-F. Harrison. Bakers-Ah hoy, Jimmy B. Look. Agent for the Citampim-E. J). Harries.

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BRISBANE. FRIDAY, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

BRISBANE. I FRIDAY, September 20. On Monday the Assembly disagreed with the amendments mode by the Council in tUc Divisional Boards Bill, willi respect to the exemption of mines from taxation, and the alteration in tlie yalualinu clauses. The objection was raised on tlie ground that the Council hod 110 power to alter the incidcnce of taxation. The proposal to giro Members of Parlia ment free passes by the steamers to Northern purls lias passed the preliminary stage. The 1'iouiier intends to leave Brisbane on a visit to America and England by Uu: jicxt mail tin Sua Francisco. Mr. Bryant, Inspector of Distilleries, and Mr. Douglas, District Inspector, have bopa dismissed from the Government scrricc. f On Tuesday the Assembly jiasscd the Appropriation Bill through several stages. A number o£ Bills luive been discharged from tlic notice paper, including the Railway and Tramway Bills, Mines Regulation und Financial Districts BilL^miaaOT&rCTgraP cVf.6Hi A motion has been passed re...

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

ISISFOBD-irmOWN. I Police Magistrate and C.F.B.: W. C. Cardew. Officer in <&aigo of FoHoc: Sea. Constable Williams. Postmaster: 3. Whitman. Poundkccpcr: L. E. Aehby. Westward Ho I Jockey Club.-Scerctmy : 3. . A, Mars?inlt; Treasurer, 3. Whitman. HoUiis-Westward Ho, .T. McDonnell; Tcd dington, Wylie & Dorrian. 8torckce|>qra-W. & J. Whitman, J. A. Mar shall & Co. Auctioneer &n£ Onmmi'mion Agent: L. £, Aehby. Blacksmith and Wioclmriglit-J. Swan. Bntchere-W. & 3. Whitman. Badcllers-HOBE ti Cowan. Cabinetmaker-A. Alexander.

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COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. ARAMAC. TUESDAY, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL FBOU OCB SPECIAL C0ILRESR02FDEKT8. AltAMAC. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. A man named M'Cartncy was found lianged on a sapling near the Arnmac dam. He first tried to drown himself, bat failing in this attempt he committed suicide in the manner described.

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

i SPMNG8DBE. Policc Magistrate-J. 6. il'llanaJil. Post and Telegraph Master-Frank Cosgrove. Assistant: Charles Moore. IUHjicclor of'Stock-Thomas MidiJIeton. Presbyterian Minister-W. J. D. Meiklejolm, Teachers State School-Francis 1>. Walker. Susan Deacon, Ella Huare. Police-Sergeant in charge : Paul Love. | Hotels-^Commercial, John Stone; Shower's Arms, Harry Ah King; Sjiringsure, Willie All Wah ; Carrier's Anns, Jimmy Ah Too. Storekeepers-Hiaton Brothers, M. C. Thomp son, h. Meyers. Butcliure-George Millikon, D. O. O'Ryan, D. Phelps. Saddlers-Geo. Alchen, H. Ellis. Blaokunitlip-M. 0. Thompson, E. Clarke. Boardinghouso Keeper-T. Cobill. Auctioneer-W. Fleming. Agents for (lie Champion-Hintoti Bros.

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

AKAMAC. I Police Jlsfrifitrcitc-T. 8. Sword. Post and Telegraph Master-W. H. Moriscm. Lino Bepolrer-C. B. Blaise. Slate School Teacher Police ' Queensland National Bank-Manager, W. Fulton; Accountant, 3. Hollia, Medical Practitioner-Dr. Spark. Aramae Jockoy Club-W. J. Gardiner, boq. Secretary. Auctioneer-F. W. Kingston. Storekeepers-Thompson & Casliion; Tiltaiy . ft Oo. i Schneider & O'Brion; J. Fnrrell. Hotels-Boyal-G. Porter; Aramae, W. J. Kingston. Chemist-W. B. Steel. Blacksmith-G. Porter. Lioensod Surveyor-11. Quodlinff Bootmaker-D. O'Brien. Saddler-0. Moescr. Butdicrs-Burgoync 4 Vises. Painter-IT. Ilurley. Newspaper Proprietor-W. J. Hodda. Agent lor Champion-W. B. Steel. * Stockand Station Agents-Tilbuiy & Co.

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

SAPBPoaD'fljjsvjeb XJCEB A CERTAIN, >nfe, and efficient. cure for intermittent fever, fever and ague, remittent fever, flliill fever, dumb ague, iwriodical or bilious headache, and bilious fevers ; indeed, lor the whole class of diseases originating in biliary derangement caused by the malaria of miasmatic coun tries. These diseases MO common in tropical and semi-tropical climates, wliero sanitary ar rangements ore more or Jess irapcrfcct.. Tlieir symptoms, causc, and character, ore familiar to the majority of residents in these coun tries, and it is therefore nlmost unnecessary to their diagnostic characteristics. The frequency, however, with which somo persons are attacked by tic fever is very often-attributablo to the slight precautions taken to avoid the unhealthy state of the atmosphere after wunset, and in the morning before the unwholesome fogs and dews have disappeared. .Patients, even doling their convalescence, should nercr 1« exposed to a damp atmosphere; especially du...

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

CHAIUIBVILTJE. I Police Magistrate-W. E. 1*. Okeden. Land Office-Cnmmii«ioucr: G. C. Watson; Seconding Clerk: 1'. A. Brcrston. Police-Inspector: T. Thornton. Telegraph-Btiitionraartcr: 1\ E. G. Lunny [ Oucmlora : J. 1). Murphy, P. Doddingtun; Line Bcpairer : U. Norman, Postmaster-B. A. Hkinner. Poutidkecper-A. DnriB. llcgiEtrflx of Marriages-W. E. P. Okeden. Warrogo Baring Club-1>. P. Okeden, see. Medical Practitioner-Dr. 0. Jure. Chemist-C. Jure. Storekeepers-'Walter Flood & Co., B. it A. Skinner. Wm. Marks, Hotels-Victoria, E. T. Furlong; Charlerille, 15. Foster; lloynl, Thus.1 Huunessy ; Tele graph, Wm. HmiUi. Auctioneer nod Commission Agent-J. Davis. OumtnisMon Agents-11. and A. Bkinner. lllucksmitli-J. Swift. Wheelwright-H. Hindi. Ilm eliar-C. H. Millar. Saddler-J. Partridge. Watchmaker-H. Tootel. Aerated Water Manufacturer-C. Birciicr. Bhocnmlter-C. WeUke. JlairilnsHscr-C. T. Hell. K<;np Manufacturer-C. Birclich Biihool lonelier-Mrs. Caldwell, llonrdiughu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 September 1879

BIRTH. CURRIE.-On August 2nd, at Normaldo, Burke River, the wife of Robert Currie, of a son.

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

THOMPSON & CASHION, MERCHANTS AND impobtbes, AND GENERAL SrdllEKEEPEES, 1 Abahac, Coppebmeld, axdCleumont. i ?? "i ' I - ' ' L. E. ASHBY, . J '« I tow E C S, ASV ? j COMMISSION AGENT, ISI8FOBD. gOBEET eCODLUfG.j CIVIL ENGIlTEEB, n ABAMAC. Damniiurt out Sttea chosen for tanks. Contractors enpplisd. HBBET A G I B 8,0 N, j CENfiBAL ?roBEKEEI>EB8 1 nj . ' .COMMISSION AGENTS, BMJEBALp AMD OpUETriLLE, Q.C.B. TiVBtraV & co., gTOCK AND ^STATION , AGENTS j ' j. ? GBNEBAL UEBOHANTS, ABAMACL coWco.'s TELEOBArH iilKB ' «F BOTAt HAIIi COACHES. rpBE OOACHBS oTthts line will SDN as JL; dWloBS until fiuthcr notice . Sfcmi Comqt.tQ SpringBure-Sundflj-aand WetettttyA'fea.ra. ' ttom epnugfl&re to Comtfc-MondivjUond 1 SSinrafcya, #*».. . timSptitigsaie to TamboaaA Blaekall Erety Ximtodajc. at 6 ejn. BooewwOfhcb,BlH3KA«i: WESTERN DOWNS CLUB HOTEL, P. O KAIiLEY, , ' . Agent ' £JOUFIELD>& FITZM AUEICE, j WHOMpAUB AKD BETAIL flrisftaAL STOEBS, WJNTQN, tisrgennd Varied ...

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WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

WEBTEEN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. ni/ACKAI/Ti. Police Magistrate:-A. W. Oompiprie. Magistrate to consent to tic marriage of minora-J. C. Hjgginnon. Land Offioo.-ComtniBsioner: V. Dcsgrand. Recording Clerk: fi. Bedford. Native Police.-Inspector: F.Murray. Nub-, Inspectors: H. IS. Oaugb, B. P. Kayo, EEgluiton. Local Police.-Sub-Inspector; J. Ahem, i Post and Telegraph Office.-Postmaster: C. K. Au^stein. Line Repairer: J.G.Qninn. Primaiy School Teacher-W. H. Iv. Campbell. Poundkccper: J. Blonahan. Registrar of Uarriapefl iVf. H. L. Campbell. Boad Inspector: T. Feeley. Queensland National Bimk.-Manager: A. Ulcoq. Accountant: W. H. Charter. Barcoo Pastoral Society. - Becretaiy : J. Vonaban. Barcoo Boeing Club.-Secretary: J. Monahnn. Oddfellows' Society.-Noble Grand : 8. Stevens. Govt, Medical Officer.-Dr. C. I. Moran. Bailiff Petty Debts Court,-R. Markwcll. Anglican Church.-Incumbent -. Bev. P. D. Kinghan. Ktoiekecpere-Briggs k Mackenzie, F. Clew ctt, W, Klliott, Hotels-Western Downi Club, IJ....

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SOLUTIONS TO PUZZLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

BOLUTIONB TO PUZZLES. 1 CtlABABE.-74. Money. .Ooubi.k Acnoatios.-175. America,' Flo ri'ln, lhun:-AJSOF, Medal., XbrO, BozoB, Irawsdl. Creel), AjablA. 82. Napoleon, Waterloo, thusNeW, AlphA, Parent, OiK, La&dseeR, EtheL, OUiellO, NcrO. DlAUQKl) rOEZLB.-76. A .. A L E , * Atil *ALO I EB8 BltiT (BE 8 JlUBipn WOBDS.-77. Birds.-Owl, raven, i^ork, crane, silpc, emu, eagle, linnet, aovei DO. Cilice.-Piedmont, Madrid, Hilnovnr. VepJne,Tuni*,Tourii, Calcutta, Fekin, Oanton, Madras Adun, Cabul, Delhi, Pisa, Teheran, AUh'IIh, Dover. tiqtiAitu WORDS. J8. 19. ea. 8t. TEA J, HOSE M B AT PLATE I:mha OATH EASE linkn 4UHN RTOP ASIA ANANT UKD ' tBPY TEAK TENOR EN Til* l/inoanira.-80. Madam, madam, Adnm, dun, mint, mn. Qurj-.KHI.AND TOWNH.-81. Blnckoll ; Bvcrrtonn; Cleveland; Cooktovni; Mount IVrn j Frnivule; Mavtown ; Wcrtwood ; Murlbomiigh ; Springnufe; Cairns; Biiiiiuia; Koulthituiplon ; Hosewood; Sandgata; Win tuu ; ftlnnkwater. UoUBLETa.-WiB. Cold, bold, held, bead, tieiil. 1/jurt. lmit, ...

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