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CLERMONT RACES FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER. FIRST DAY—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

flT.PIBWnNT flAfitfR <$P0M OCIL BL'EClAl. UIUI'ORTGH. - Fiust DAY-MONDAY. - Tta* wenihcr vus nil that could in&liefcfrccn throe and four hum 4. t . were on the course, including many ladies. ? Rywdjisn wasonly noticeable by itsab-encc, WdL fli* i^owd were particularly orderly. 5ft«> ,45ftuJiecrp, and the utual number of re to be seen on the course. liook- J juflttfilrcrc few and did but little husincKR. tUtt duties of clerk of the course were most . pirricd out by Mr. Douglas, offending particularly worm attention. NlE'- fSrodR'n, qj» judge, hnd not a very H=lpJft0O8 undertaking to fulfill, each raec rolagwou hy mora thuu a length ; and Mr. .''.i!iaESr,*s usual, gave unmitigated satisfac tion to liorse owners with the excellence of Jits starts. For the Maiden Plate, Traveller, ft^rand looking 4-year-old by Volunteer out & Mimosa, ?jred by Mr. 12. Cobcroft, was ttadc a warm favorite, but having been only iixtccn daye out of the paddock was actually more ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. London, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC: TELKfiRAl'JI. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. BETTER'S TEI.UGJtAMS. London, August 17. fierious riots liave occurred between Freueli Canadians am] Irish ship labor ers at Quebec. Several were killed niul wounded on both sides. The military have been called out. The prospects of the wheat harvest in America are favorable. Ciino, August 18. The Ministry formed by Cborif on the deposition of lsmael have tendered their resignations, which have been accepted. A new Ministry has been formed under the immediate presidency of the Khedive. ST. rnTF.nsiifiio, August 18. Considerable excitement, has been caused by the seizure of a quantity of explosives by the authorities. No par ticulars are to hand, but there is little doubt that the Nihilists are implicated in the niVuir. ! LONDON, August in. j The proposed l'aimnia Company hns not succeeded in obtaining the requisite capital. It is unlikely that the scheme will be carried out. ROME, August 19. General Garibaldi is seriously ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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SPORTING NEWS. THE TURF. WELFORD DOWNS RACES. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

SPORTING NEWS. THE TURF. WELFOED DOWNS RACES. f COHUUKtCATED.l THE sccond meeting of the Wclford Downs Amateur Races came off on Saturday, the 2nd August. Unluckily for all tmd everyone con cerned, cspccialJy those having horses to ran, the weather was anything but good, and tlic ground worse. A thunderstorm upon top of what had fallen a few days previously made the course knee deep in slush5 but notwith utanding largo fields faced the starter, and all appeared to enjoy thamsclvcs, except the horees and their riders, who presented after the different events a most pitiable sight. Neither horses nor jockeys could without close inspection be identified. Mr. Ord acted as starter, Mr. Oougb as judge, and Mr. Bed ford as clerk of the scales, doing their allotted work well <uid to the satisfaction of all. 1'he following is a record of the running The TRIAL STAKES of £15, for nil two and three-year-olds ; distance I mile ; 2 yrs. Sat. Gibs., 8 yrs. 9st. Slhs. Mr. W. 11. Terrier'...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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COMMERCIAL. THE ENGLISH MARKETS. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. LONDON, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

COMMERCIAL. THE ENGLISH MARKETS. HEUTEK'B TELEGRAMS. LOKDON, August 17. Over 37,000 Utiles of wool Lave been offered since the commencement of the inks. Fair demand ; prices unchanged.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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QUEENSLANDER SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

QUBESSLAKDER 6PKCIAL TELEGRAMS, Bbisbakb, AuctuhI 22. The market was only Imlf supplied with cattle thifl week. There were I HO entile sold imd 1000 sheep. Some difficulty was expert cnecd in selling the caitle, licet fetched £5 7s. Gd.; fchcep very firm at 12s. Mkldourm;, August 22. Stock reports stale Hint 1700 cattle were yarded this week ; prices up to last week's quotations. Best buHocks, £34 5s. 14,000 Glicep werepenned ; prices down Is, Best merinos arc quoted at 14 B.

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COLONIAL MARKETS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ROCKHAMPTON, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

COLONIAL MARKETS. BY ELEOTEIC TELEGRAPH. EOCKHAMrTON, August 22. ' Messrs. Dibdin mid Cummins report up to Thursday evening: .Wc of no stock movements. The lakes Creek Meat 1'reserving Com panies Sums are going off slowly. Dorse market dull. We hoM unliroken light harness liorecF. from £3 10s. to £7 10s.; «lrauglit colts from £18. We have in our hands for talc The Thane mid Standard, which we cspect to quit «'iorlly.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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THORGOMINDAH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

rriowjoMi.MMii iuckp. Wc nro iinlul>lo«1 f-.r tlie Ml-wing Ido jrranis lu Mr. I*. <>'M;ilIey( our own wires not having yo( romc to Iian.l : M.MDI:N I'LATJ;. lli')l:ir<»va 'J1H-NO»I nehm.t; HACK. 1{ M-kot ? TOWN* I'l-ATi:. Nfi-liml 1/urijnniion priiLicAx's rcnsn. Vn INDAI1 HANDICAP ol* 1110 2 niilo". >Vho\! havo Th-m-M it roucr.i) IIANDH:AI\ Nilfi'.'/lllivl ? Vitiijiimvil CONSOLATION M'AKI:S. The 1'ij

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MELBOURNE. THURSDAY, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

MELBOURNE. TIIDUSDAT, August 21. Two men, named Lowe and Bra.v, have "been nlTostcil for ibe Lanccfichl Bank voV bcry. Nearly £700 was found in their pos sesion. One alleges that he did not present a revolver at the accountant of the bank, but only an empty meerschaum pipe ease. [Lnncefidd was incorrectly printed Mans field inojirwecojxl edition.] It is believed Urnl a majority of the Assembly are against the new Tariff Bill, but do not desire to cjcct the Government. A diH^rraeeful scene occurred i* the As sembly between BIcesrs. Pattorson and Gaun | Gon. The. Chairman was utterly unable to maintain order, and the House had to adjourn.

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SYDNEY. FRIDAY, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

| Bl'IKfEY. FnrDAT, August 22. Edwnrds 1hc pedestrian walked 120 mile* in tunc minutes under 1?G hours. A valuable copper lode has been discovered at the Shoalhavcn river. The Austrian corrcUe Heligoland arrived on Thursday from Trieste, with the Austrian Commissioner on board. The Mayor gave a banquet to the Governor yesterday evening. There was n large and distinguished company present. Hugh intends to witness the contest between laycock and Trickctt on the 21)th in&taut, and purposes challenging the winner. At the gallops on Itandwick Thursday morning His Grace, Kinsman, Bella, and Drum did an excellent spin. Nellie rati a fast raHe and a quarter splendidly. 'Ihe woolxhcd at Willawilli fetation, Al bury, was totally destroyed by fire on Wed nesday liiglit. The building cost £101)0.

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SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

KPHCIAL N:U:T;NAMS. PVMNKY, Alienist 18, I A private cable message received from London announces (lie death of Mr. Jatnc? (.mh;tju. tlic celebrated Congj-efiitionnl min ister. Hawke^buvy CJuincas, nm f»»r 011 Saturday, weix: won by Falmouth ; («uin> borough, second ; Uarunct, third. Time Jmin. 4!k'cs haycock did a pood trial spurt on Saturday. Thu confidence ci lii^ backers in considerably increased. Miu.nounxn, Auprn«t K». At a rpiarler-past ten o'clock on Friday morning two armed men Muck up the Lanee Jield brandi of the Commercial Bank. They seized and gauged the accountant arid btule £730. Mn.nocnsn, August IP. It is supposed that the men who stuck up thu bank at Lancelield are two prisoner* named Cieaverley and GOfstieh, who escaped out of custody from Snndnd^c in May last, \Vni.LiN«TON, August lfi, A manifesto has been issued by two influ ential chiefs tn the natives interested in the confiscated lands*. Then* chief* /irecndenvor iiijjf to induce the natives to submit thei...

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ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

ADELAIDE. TllUBtSDAY. AllRllM. 2J. Mr. cx-Attonicy-Gcner.il, moved a vote of wnnl of confjilcncc agnhi*t the Gov eminent, which wiw subsequently negatived hy 20 to in. Tim following tcle^rnms npj>eared in our second edition ut Tuesday Inst: ltLCTUU'S THLIXJIIAMB. London, August H. Intelligence from Cape Town to July 29th amrotfiiec* f Jmf a futl)ivr gcnvml advance of the tveops into SSululaiid lm* been decided. Numerous inccndiary fires Iiavc occurred in various parts of Spain. In onemstjvncc 40 houses were destroyed, and thirty persons burned to dc:itli. At a conference of miners'' delegates in Mniiehoter, it was resolved to adopt every means to encourage emigration fvotu the United Kingdom, There are signs of revival in tlie iron trade. Won! tales to-day ; tUOO bales offered ; tone firm. London, August is. Latest advices from the Cape Mate that Celawavo lias sent messengers to Sir liar net Wd-ley inquiring wiaitlier his life would be spared in tlic event of liis ttirrcndering h...

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EMERALD RACES. FIRST DAY—WEDNESDAY. MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

KMKRAl.I) It A CMS. KlItST I)AV-'WlJlMSMJAY. MAIUKN' I'LATi:. Ni.'.'Jjl-lju'lc ' ? TIACK JtACJ*. M<>unt:iiu»cr imiiucan's NuimIjiM Clavlirr MuMleUm lU'KUY fiCUjniV, Ilarknwnv ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. ROCKHAMPTON. FRIDAY, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL rnosi oun kpixial cowiisspoxdests. ltOCKliAlll'iOS. ruiDAV. AiicriifI 22. The Miiiir-tcr fur I.ntiils limiupr stated that the Central line wuiiM Ik: Hirvovcil to tlic 2<W milt' pep, lutli parties licrc have unilol lo n^V tlie MeiuK-i'-. l'j \utu fur tlic r.iiUvny [ loan iinlii'v. Business is very dull; market well supplied j with produce. The Meat Preset-ring Com pany is progressing favorably. There ue no I Great incitement here jilraut tlie present j political position.

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BRISBANE. WEDNESDAY, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

NJIISKAXE. \YJ:I)N1>DAY, Angnst 2<>. i Tho Assembly Kitting lill two o'clock this morning divided upon Mr. (.J ninth's \v;uu of c..H<*tdeuee inotiuN, which was lost hy L'iJ to 2S. KulDAV, August 22. An attempt has been made to destroy the town of Cnpperiiold hy placing ft vawwpsm fil/c.i with burning tar near a building con taining ft <jn:intiiv of gunpowder, The stumpsround about were al-o Ihiekly smrnred with kcroseiiiMind tnr. Fortunaiely the dis covery was made before iroy damage was effected. In 1 he Assembly on Wednesday u number "f uiojijJjt'J'.s who had nut f-}>mi the want of confidence motion occupied the time u[ Uie House until tun o'clock at night. The I'retnier then insisted (hat (he Immigration and Hnihvny 5<»>nn votes pass before adjournment. The Opposition pnssed the former about ono o'clock next morning, but refund to <vinsider the hitler, ami began a coins*; ,,r ob..I ruction, which was muinlnined un...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SECOND DAY—THURSDAY. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

Sixoxn i)AT-TIICHSHAY. lll'llDLi: HACK, WMI'LNR-L 1 JPMVIEH 2 COMET. 3 SRU.TN« S'MKJ:H, LL;UK;IVVAY 1 J:MJ:UAU> HANDICAP. I SI:IINLANL 2 NI{RLNMISUL.J 3 LAWKS* FULTSTI. MUUIITIIIIIVCR 1 ROIJC'IIN HANDICAP. SL:UIIL:I)»L 1

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. THE PASTORAL SOCIETY AT ARAMAC.-At a meeting of the Society held last week, it was decided to offer for competition at the next show, a twenty guinea challenge cup for the best pen of ten two-tooth ewes. ST. GEORGE.-A correspondent informs us that fine rain has fallen this week, and there is a fresh in the river. Things are dull in pastoral aud commercial affairs, and there are no stock movements to report. A HAZY IDEA OF TOPOGRAPHY.-A few weeks ago the D. D. Gazette informed its readers that Cobb and Co. were going to run a coach between Blackall and Springsure.     Now it says the company are erecting stables on the new road between Blackall and Cler- mont!   A TIGHT CHEST.-A writer in the Daily Herald says :-" I see by the papers that Ada Ward has gone to England for medical advice for her complaint, 'Tightness in the   Chest.' Could you manage to induce some of the Bank Directors and Managers to try the ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL   Police magistrate :— A. W. Compigne. Land office.—Commissioner : V. Desgrand. Recording Clerk : . Bedford. Native Police.—Inspector : F. Murray. Sub- inspectors : H. B. Gough, H. P. Kaye, J. Eglinton. Local Police.—Sub-Inspector : J. Ahern. Post and Telegraph Office.—Postmaster : C. E. Augstein. Line Repairer : J. G. Quinn. Primary School Teacher-W. H. L. Campbell. Poundkeeper : J. Monahan. Registrar of Marriages : W. H. L. Campbell. Foreman of Public Works: T. Dodd, Road Inspector : T. Feeley. Queensland National Bunk.-Manager: A. Ulcoq. Accountant: W. H. Charker. Barcoo Society.- .Secretary: J.   Monahan. Barcoo RacingClub.-Secretary: J, Monahan. Oddfellows' Society.—Noble Grand : S. Stevens. Medical Practitioner.-Dr. C. J. Moran. Anglican Church.-Incummbent: Rev. P. D. Kingham. Storekeepers-Briggs & Mackenzie, F. Clew- ett, W. Elliott. Hotels-Western Downs Club, P. O'Malley ; Bushman's Arms, W. Frost: Commer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

THOMPSON & CASHION, MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, ARAMAC, COPPERFIELD, AND CLERMONT, M £3 REWARD. LOST. CHEQUE, drawn by H. R. Brown, for £52 10s., on Australian Joint Stock Bank-, Mackay, dated 13th August, in favour of A. R. Brown. Payment stopped. A. R. BROWN. Saltern Creek. FOR SALE. A First-class PIANO, a really good in- strument. Can be inspected at Messrs. Thompson & Cushion's Stores, Aramac. For particulars apply to EDMUND F.CRAVEN, Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent, Clermont and Copperfield. To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace, acting in and for the Police District of Blackall, colony of Queensland. I JAMES CRAIG, carrier, now residing in Blackall in this district, do hereby give   notice that it is my intention to apply at the next monthly licensing meeting to be holden for this district at Blackall, on Tuesday, the 9th day of September, 1879, for a country publican's licence for the sale of fermented and spirituo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

rc CHERRY & GIBSON, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS AND COMMISSION AGENTS, EMERALD AND COMETVILLE, Q.C.R. TILBURY & C 0.,   STOCK AND STATION AGENTS AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, ARAMAC. COBB & CO.'S TELEGRAPH LINE OF ROYAL MAIL COACHES E COACHES of this Line will RUN as follows until further notice :— From Comet to Springsure-Sundays and Wednesdays, 5 a.m.       From Springsure to Comet-Mondays and Thursdays, 5 a.m.       From Springsure to Tambo and Blackall— Every Thursday. From Blackall to Tambo and Springsure— Every Saturday, at 6 a.m.   BOOKING OFFICE, BLACKALL   WESTERN DOWNS CLUB HOTEL   ^ 1 CORFIELD & FITZMAURICE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GENERAL STORES, WINTON, WESTERN RIVER Large and Varied Stock always on hand. 1 StO&E E. G. GLEN,     SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER, BLACKALL.   THE Largest Sto...

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TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 23 August 1879

Police Magistrate: F. H. Hyde. Post Office.-Post and Telegraph Master: F, Cane, Assistant : J. Rutter. Line Re- pairer : J. G. Wilkie. Primary School.-Teachers: J. O'Byrne and Miss O'Byrne. Poundkeeper : E. D. Harries. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: W. V. Ralston. Accountant: R. G. Miller. Hospital.-Surgeon : Dr. Browne. Secretary; R. G. Miller   Great Western Downs Jockey Club.-Hon. Secretary : E. D. Harries. Storekeepers-M. H. Bilton & Sons. H. T. Walsh.   Hotels-Carrangarra, G. Bredhauer & Co.:   Commercial, H. T. Walsh ; Telegraph, D. Mulhern ; Live and Let Live, D. C. Milne ; Tambo, Goon Yek. Auctioneer and Commission Agent-E. D. Harries. Butchers-Bredhauer & Co., Wright & Jones. Saddler-J. Madigan. Shoemaker-T. Fulton. Tailor-Magnus Landgren. Watchmaker-S. Berlyn. Chemist-Julius Von Berger. Cabinetmaker-E. Provis. Blacksmiths-J. Morrissey, G. Bredhauer. Hairdresser-V. Morrison.   Bakers-Ah ...

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